Process Scale Purification of Antibodies
Edited by Uwe Gottschalk
Within the burgeoning market of protein-based therapeutics Monoclonal Antibodies are making the pace in terms of volume sales and also biomanufacturing standards. However, advances in downstream processing are urgently needed to accommodate productivity gains from mammalian cell culture processes and to meet the requirements of the marketplace.
Process Scale Purification of Antibodies is a recently published book that focuses on current best practice in bioseparation. It offers a reassessment of old and new purification methods, incorporating an analysis of innovative technology trends as possible solutions for current challenges and limitations. The book brings together top-tier experts from the antibody industry underlining the progress that has been made in closing the performance gap between upstream downstream processing.
January 2009 | 456 pages | 978-0-470-20962-2 | Hardcover | US$99.95 | € 82.90