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Solving Protein Purification Challenges

Carter Mitchell, PhD, is a protein problem solver. As Chief Science Officer at Kemp Proteins, he helps academic and industry researchers develop a range of protein therapeutics, diagnostics, and molecular tools in milligram to gram quantities with bioprocess scale in mind. In this interview, we discussed how Kemp Proteins ensures delivery of high-quality processes and protein-based products to their clients, even when working with difficult proteins.
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What You Need to Know About Packing Resins at Process Scale

Learn best practices and guidelines for successfully packing different types of chromatography resins in this video webinar. This includes incompressible resins, like CHT Ceramic Hydroxyapatite Media, as well as traditional compressible resins. In general, parameters such as compression factor, settling rate, and attributes of the base matrix need to be considered when packing resins at process scale. Packing methods can be adapted to obtain simple, highly reproducible packing. Get tips here.
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Purification of DNA Oligonucleotides using Anion Exchange Chromatography

In this webcast, see how Nuvia HP-Q Resin, an anion exchange resin, was used to purify oligonucleotides with phosphodiester backbones in a scaleable workflow.
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Single-Step Influenza Virus Purification Using an Anion Exchange Resin

A new and simplified anion exchange chromatographic process for the purification of both live and inactivated cell grown H1N1 influenza viruses was established with a recently developed anion exchanger. The resin is designed with an optimized surface extender and pore size for superior accessibility and large biomolecule binding capacity, aiming to overcome common drawbacks of existing ion exchangers for virus purification.
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A Mixed-Mode Approach — An Alternative to a Three-Step mAb Purification Process

Monoclonal antibody (mAb) purification methods often involve the use of resin-based chromatography. In this video, we compare a three-step mAb purification workflow, which uses Nuvia Ion Exchange Resins post–Protein A capture, to a two-step purification workflow, which includes a Protein A capture step followed by a mixed-mode chromatography step using Nuvia aPrime 4A Resin, a hydrophobic anion exchange resin. We present an additional two-step purification approach using Protein A resin followed by a calcium affinity cation exchange media, CHT Ceramic Hydroxyapatite XT Media. The results of both studies demonstrate that a high purity product can be attained using one fewer unit operation than traditional workflows.
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High Performance with GMP Ready CHT Prepacked Process-Scale Columns

Foresight Pro CHT Prepacked Columns are GMP ready for process-scale purification. Learn about the design and see performance data in this webinar.
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Powering Antibody Production and Purification with the NGC Chromatography System

For this article, we spoke with Vera Dreyfuss of evitria AG, an antibody expression services provider based in Switzerland, about the role that the NGC Chromatography System has played in powering the growth and success of the company.
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The Process of Resin Screening

Process development scientists, faced with an increasing number of proteins or complex biomolecules, continuously search for robust purification methods that can be rapidly scaled for manufacturing. What are the optimal purification conditions for high throughput and yield? Which resin or resin combination best purifies the desired protein? How can an efficient, yet cost-effective process be established? The answer: use a systematic screening approach. Read on to learn more.
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A Scalable Immobilized Metal Affinity Chromatography Media for Process Purification

Downstream process purification of proteins requires a resin with optimized bead size for ideal pressure/flow properties and decent dynamic binding capacity (DBC) that provides production efficiencies and good process economics. Nuvia IMAC Resin provides the mechanical strength, pore structures, ligand density, and particle size distribution required for an operational run at 300 cm/hr with a DBC of 40 mg/ml at 2 bar column backpressure. Protein purification can efficiently be scaled up from milligrams in the lab to kilograms in bioprocess manufacturing. The chemical stability of Nuvia IMAC Resins ensure efficient column regeneration, reproducibility between purification runs, extended column lifetime, and product purity. Watch our video to learn how Nuvia IMAC Resins overcome the challenges associated with process purification of proteins using metal affinity chromatography.
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Bioprocessing Recombinant Proteins

Infectious diseases and cancers are among the main causes of human deaths worldwide. One successful avenue found to treat these diseases is the large-scale production of therapeutic proteins. As a result, the demand for protein expression hosts and accompanying advanced bioprocessing technologies has increased. Read about a workflow for efficient purification of a low-expressing recombinant protein using mixed-mode resins.
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