Brochure | March 10, 2022

Acceleratorâ„  Integrated Platform Solution for Adherent Adeno-Associated Virus (AAV)

Source: Cytiva

While the evolving gene therapy industry is able to benefit from the experience already gained in the field of recombinant antibodies, manufacturers today are facing new issues and challenges throughout the drug commercialization journey - from development and manufacture, right through to the regulatory approval of AAV based therapies.

In process development, speed to market and costs are critical considerations. Selecting the most suitable production system that results in fast production, high yields, and a high ratio of full-to-empty AAV is key. Several producers are currently entering the market using transfection and adherent cells because it presents a fast route to market. There are however, limitations to transfection-based manufacture as typical AAV titers currently reach plateau at around 103 - 105 viral genomes per cell. For products that require high yield and low costs but have a longer time window for introduction to market, developing suspension cells or stable producer lines delivers long-term benefits regarding yields and scalability.

The viral vector manufacturing capacity is estimated to be 1 - 2 orders of magnitude lower than what is needed to support commercial supply requirements both today, and in the future. All parts of the industry are therefore focused on what is needed to achieve sustainable increases in capacity.

Learn more about the Pall products and services available for development and manufacturing of AAV based therapies.

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