Fermentation and Cell Culture - Fermentation media design: Composition and feeding strategies

Tuesday, August 14, 2012: 8:00 AM-11:30 AM
Jefferson East, Concourse Level (Washington Hilton)
Noel Fong

8:00 AM
Troubleshooting and mitigating the severe impact of a raw material lot-to-lot variability on the performance of a commercial fermentation process used for producing therapeutic proteins
Hedieh Barkhordarian1, Kirsten Lewus2 and Xiaoming (Jerry) Yang1, (1)Cell Science and Technology, Amgen Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, (2)Cell Science and Technology, Amgen Inc., Longmont, CO
8:30 AM
Improvement of biotransformation and natural product yields by medium and process optimization
Thomas Tully, William Parker, Yande Huang, Qingmei Ye, Steve Chen, Michael Montana, Mark Liu, James Bergum, Steven Schwarz, Susan Durand, Jeff Howell, Paul Cino, Ramesh Patel and Animesh Goswami, Bristol-Myers Squibb, New Brunswick, NJ
9:00 AM
Consistent bioprocess development in scaled-down fed-batch cultivation systems: combining suitable hardware and software approaches
Stefan Junne and Peter Neubauer, Dept. of Biotechnology, Chair of Bioprocess Engineering, Technische Universitaet Berlin, Berlin, Germany
9:30 AM
10:00 AM
Automated on-line sampling and nutrient monitoring: a solution for optimizing fed-batch culture performance
William Miller1, Cris Blattner2, Dmitiry Shevchenko2, Fred Blattner2 and Michael Biksacky1, (1)Flownamics, Inc., Madison, WI, (2)Scarab Genomics, LLC, Madison, WI
11:00 AM
FeedBeads: one way to enhance the reproducibility of pre-cultures in shake flasks
David Laidlaw1, Tibor Anderlei2, Robert Huber3 and Jochen Buchs3, (1)Kuhner Shaker Inc., San Carlos, CA, (2)Head of Science and Business Development, Adolf Kuhner AG, Birsfelden (Basel), Switzerland, (3)Biochemical Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
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