Solving the Capacity Crisis for Viral Vector Manufacturing

Solving the Capacity Crisis for Viral Vector Manufacturing

Viral vectors for gene therapy have shown tremendous clinical promise which has spurred a huge increase in demand for manufacturing space, resulting in a capacity crisis. This is currently delaying the commercialization of these gene therapies for which time to market is critical.

Integrated solutions for viral vectors designed within modular cleanroom facilities streamline manufacturing and reduce time to market. Pall Biotech and G-CON manufacturing have partnered to design and deploy an integrated manufacturing solution to address the current capacity constraints for viral vector manufacturing.

Participants will learn:

  1. The manufacturing challenges facing the viral vector industry
  2. The advantages of an integrated manufacturing solution
  3. How to develop and deploy a new manufacturing facility in 10 months within a modular cleanroom

 

 

 

Moderator

 

 

Charlotte Masy

Clive Glover

 

Director, Cell & Gene Therapy
Pall Biotech

Biography

 

 

 

Presenters

 

 

 

Charlotte Masy

Jeremy Rautenbach

 

Global Product Manager, Integrated Solutions
Pall Biotech

Charlotte Masy

Joseph Rininger

 

Director, Cell & Gene Therapy
Latham BioPharm Group

Charlotte Masy

Peter Makowensky

 

Director, Sales Engineering

G-CON Manufacturing

Maximize Speed to Market Flexibility of Single-Use for Gene Therapy Manufacturing

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David Haylock of VivaZome will present on upstream production of angiogenic exosomes using the iCELLis® nano fixed bed bioreactor. This will be followed by a presentation by Roberto Ciboldi of Pall Corporation on a platform solution including cell culture, purification and sterile filtration of exosomes.

Participants will be able to:

 

  • Compare the performance of the iCELLis Nano bioreactor to traditional flasks for exosome production from adherent cell culture
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