Development of next-generation single-use films for optimal performance in biomanufacturing
The application of single-use systems for manufacturing biopharmaceuticals has become more widely adopted in recent years with single-use vessels now utilized in every process operation from upstream to down. At the heart of single-use systems is the plastic film from which they are made. The materials of construction must be consistent, biocompatible, chemically inert, and have a low level of extractables. Typically, multilayer films are required in order to meet the performance demands for use in bioprocess applications. This presentation focuses on the importance of resin selection and film architecture on achieving critical to quality attributes for the design of a bioprocess film.
About Neil Ross
Neil is a Bioprocess Marketing Manager for GE Healthcare Life Sciences covering EMEA and based in the UK. A chemistry graduate, he started his career as a production chemist for Monsanto plc. He has spent the past 17 years supporting customers in a variety of commercial and technical roles focussed on upstream and downstream bioprocess operations.