lyophilization love

Definitions

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  • n. freeze-drying; the removal of moisture from a frozen material using vacuum

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  • n. a method of drying food or blood plasma or pharmaceuticals or tissue without destroying their physical structure; material is frozen and then warmed in a vacuum so that the ice sublimes

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Examples

  • Finally, value-added outsourcing services meet the increased demand for specialized manufacturing capabilities in key technical niches (such as lyophilization) and increased demand for back-up sources of supply.

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  • Jeju Cactus Chocolate is made with cactus powder through vacuum lyophilization of Jeju Cactus.

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  • The process experts of Foster Wheeler Biokinetics provide technology solutions in mammalian cell culture and bacterial fermentation, solid dosage and sterile liquid lyophilization and filling, and process utilities such as USP water, clean steam, biowaste inactivation and clean-in-place.

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  • Irvine supports the pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical, and medical device industries by providing GMP contract development and manufacturing services including formulation, analytical development, aseptic fill and finish, lyophilization, process validation, scale-up studies, packaging/labeling, stability storage and complete analytical CMC testing.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Together with its affiliate, Avrio Biopharma, Irvine offers cGMP contract development and manufacturing support including formulation, analytical development, aseptic fill and finish, lyophilization, process validation, scale-up studies, packaging/labeling, stability storage and complete analytical CMC testing.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Most notably, a large-scale lyophilization unit was added for increased freeze-drying capacity, which supports a large majority of the Halle manufacturing business.

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  • With more than 50 years of experience, the facility's capabilities include lyophilization; process development; aseptic filling of cytotoxic, non-cytotoxic and highly potent liquid and sterile powder vials in clinical and commercial batch sizes; and sterile crystallization of cytotoxic active pharmaceutical ingredients.

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  • Freeze drying reduces or eliminates the need for cold chain management by converting the drug or vaccine from a liquid form to a stable powder using processes such as spray drying or lyophilization.

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  • "Until today, commercial-scale lyophilization has not been readily available in Canada," said Mr. Wellner.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Lyophilized forms of these life-saving products are more easily handled and stable than their liquid forms and therefore lyophilization is commonly used in the manufacture of these products.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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