Article | February 6, 2023

A Guide To Polishing Chromatography In Process Development

Source: Cytiva

By Tomas Björkman, Senior Scientist, Cytiva

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Polishing chromatography is the term that is typically used to describe the removal of minute amounts of impurities in the final phase of biopharmaceutical manufacturing. From the basics to the typical challenges faced, explore the factors to consider when developing your polishing steps. Learn about polishing chromatography and when it is used, the typical impurities removed during polishing steps, ways to standardize process development, polishing techniques, considerations for making polishing more efficient and straightforward, and much more.

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