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Genedata at ESACT Announces Expansion Into Biopharma Process Development
Date:6/24/2013

roups). Genedata Biologics captures all relevant data, from the definition of the desired biomolecule’s blueprint to the final product, including all production process-relevant parameters (e.g. transfection protocols, cell culture and fermentation conditions, media, purification methods, and product titers and quality parameters). All data are traced back to the plasmids and cell lines and can be analyzed together. The system also integrates with upstream and downstream processes, and now comes with sample and inventory management that streamlines tracking of samples and aliquots.

The system provides easy-to-use, comprehensive, and automated data capture, processing and reporting capabilities. It minimizes duplication of work, eliminates error-prone manual activities, and provides extremely valuable transparency for efficient decision making, so that high-quality proteins can be delivered faster.

“Having successfully supported important workflows in biopharma discovery, we now set our sights on extending Genedata Biologics to biopharma development with an initial focus on cell line and bioprocess development,” said Dr. Othmar Pfannes, CEO of Genedata. “Our innovative platform aids in the rapid and systematic development of optimized bioprocesses, and specifically helps to standardize and streamline cell line development. This brings us another step closer in providing our customers with a fully integrated platform that supports the complete biopharmaceutical R&D process.”

ESACT Editorial Note: June 24 and 25 from 12:30 – 14:30 CEST, Genedata Biologics will present the following posters: “Genedata Biologics - An Integrated Data Management Platform for Biopharmaceutical R&D” and “Biologics Expression System Optimization and Bioprocess Development.” To schedule a briefing contact jackie.thrasivoulos(at)genedata(dot)com.

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