Pharma Focus Asia

Webinar Sponsored byRepligen


CTech FlowVPX System for In-line Concentration Measurement in Biologic Process Development and GMP Manufacturing

In this webinar we will demonstrate how the CTech™ FlowVPX™ Slope Spectroscopy System, when directly integrated in one or more locations of a process stream, has helped reveal process characteristics that until now have been hidden due to the limitations of the most used online fixed pathlength UV-Visual solutions.

Variable Pathlength Technology (VPT) has revolutionized the in-line measurement of concentration by delivering rapid and highly accurate real-time results on the widest range of samples and concentrations (from less than 1 mg/mL to over 300 mg/mL).

In this webinar you’ll learn:

What is Variable Pathlength Technology and how it differs from traditional UV-Vis techniques and equipment

Overview of the FlowVPX System and its benefits:

  • ─  Increase process understanding
  • ─  Improve cycle time and reduces IPC testing efforts
  • ─  Ensure high quality and highly reproducible results

Review FlowVPX system implementation in multiple workflow applications: continuous chromatography, capture and polish chromatography, ultra-filtration/diafiltration and formulation

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Who should attend:

  • Analytical Development Scientists
  • Process Development Scientists
  • Manufacturing Science and Technology (MSAT) Scientists
  • Manufacturing Operations

Presenter information - Ramsey Shanbaky , Associate Director, Bioprocess Applications, Repligen Corporation

Ramsey Shanbaky is an Associate Director, Bioprocess Applications at Repligen. He spent the first 8 years of his career working in R&D, Manufacturing and Product Management designing and building fiber optic products for high powered laser delivery in the medical device industry. In the first part of his tenure at Repligen, he worked alongside his customers to implement the CTech™ SoloVPE® System within biopharmaceutical accounts.

For the last 5 years, he has been partnering with customers to implement the CTech™ FlowVPE® and FlowVPX™ Systems for in-line concentration measurements both in the process development and GMP manufacturing areas for bioprocessing. He holds an BSEE from Purdue University and multiple patents and applications.