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Manufacturing Strategies for mRNA Vaccines and Therapeutics
mRNA technology uses non-viral delivery systems and offers a great deal of versatility. Delivery of an mRNA into the cytosol of a cell can induce the production of a target protein which can function as a therapeutic or prophylactic, act
mRNA Synthesis for the Development of Vaccines and Therapeutics
Understand how mRNA vaccines induce immunity. and read how synthetic mRNA is prepared for vaccine immunogens and other biopharmaceuticals. Find reagents for synthesis of mRNA.
Cost Modeling Vaccine Manufacturing: Estimate Production Costs for mRNA and other Vaccine Modalities
A custom-designed cost model is used to explore the economics of vaccine manufacturing across several different modalities including mRNA. The model enables greater process understanding, simulates bottlenecks, and helps to optimize production efficiency.
Cell Harvest, Lysis, Neutralization and Clarification of Plasmid DNA (pDNA) for mRNA, plasmid-based DNA Vaccines, and Viral Vector applications
An overview of the cell harvest, lysis, neutralization, and clarification steps used for pDNA purification along with case study and practical advice.
Virus-like Particle (VLP) Vaccine Bioprocessing and Formulation Steps
This technical article breaks down the steps of upstream and downstream bioprocessing and formulation of virus-like particle vaccines.
Egg-based and Cell-based Influenza Vaccine Manufacturing Methods
Influenza vaccines are commonly made using egg-based and cell-based manufacturing strategies. Find step-by-step information on the manufacturing process for each method.
Plasmid DNA (pDNA) Manufacturing Process: Downstream Purification
Get a step-by-step overview of the plasmid DNA manufacturing process and the challenges in pDNA downstream purification. Read our free pDNA downstream purification eBook for mRNA, plasmid-based DNA Vaccines, and Viral Vector applications.