From Early Stage to Late Stage Development: How to Characterize a Perfusion-base

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Perrine Rouel, Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson and Tom Jeffery, Sartorius Stedim Biotech

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Full Title: From Early Stage to Late Stage Development: How to Characterize a Perfusion-based Vaccine Production Process Using QbD? The biopharmaceutical industry is known for its long time-to-market and for requiring large resources and time investment for product development. The type of activities required at the start of a biopharmaceutical product development focus mainly on designing a suitable process for manufacturing as rapidly as possible material to be tested in pre-clinical and clinical trials. This is followed, upon success in early clinical trials, by a process optimization phase, which aims at increasing yields while reducing costs-of-good. Moving on towards late stage development, the manufacturing process needs to be characterized, meaning that its robustness to produce the desired product quality when operated within certain process ranges needs to be demonstrated. This phase requires large numbers of development batches using elaborate analytical methods and advanced statistics, in order to fully study the relations between the manufacturing process and product quality. Janssen Vaccines has transitioned over the last 3 years from early stage process development to full late stage development programs. In this presentation, we present the implications of such a transition, with the case-study of the QbD-based characterization of a perfusion-based PER.C6® cell culture process for Adenovirus vaccine production at Janssen Vaccines.

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