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CMOs Seek "the" Competitive Edge
Established Practices Like Lyophilization and Six Sigma Are Finding Novel Uses in Biotech
- Contract manufacturers are embracing new uses of established techniques to give them an edge in an increasingly competitive environment, according to companies exhibiting at the “Interphex” conference later this month in New York City. Examples of such practices include lyophilization, single-use manufacturing, and established decision frameworks like Six Sigma. ...
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