Case Study

ELECTROSTATIC SPRAY DRYING

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LAB RESEARCH DEMONSTRATES FASTER, MORE STABLE PROTEIN SOLID FORMULATION

The pharmaceutical industry has long relied on freeze
drying, or lyophilization, in the manufacture of physically
and chemically stable protein products. Unfortunately,
freeze drying is time and energy consuming, and often
requires additional steps to generate particles of a
specific size.

By contrast, spray drying offers time and processing
advantages, but high temperature and other stresses can
reduce protein stability.

Researchers at Purdue University sought a more time- and energy-efficient way to produce a monoclonal antibody powder without compromising protein stability. Download the Case Study today.

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