How can we reduce process risk and development times, streamline supply chains, lower costs and improve quality? The short answer: the standardization of single-use processing equipment – but end-users, suppliers and industry organizations must all work together to make that happen.
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Single-use processing equipment now dominates pre-commercial biomanufacturing and is becoming an increasingly popular option at the commercial scale. The benefits are clear: pre-sterilized single-use systems can reduce setup and changeover times, while eliminating the costs associated with cleaning and its validation and they are associated with a high degree of flexibility to accelerate time to market. As demand for single use has grown, so too has the number of single-use systems on the market – with a wide variety of components, consumables and sensors. But the proliferation of choice has also led to a need for some degree of standardization. This question is more difficult than it first appears, as there many interpretations of what standardization really means in the world of single-use technology.
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