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Finding New Formats for Good Old Protein A
Protein A Is Adapting To New Manufacturing Challenges and Becoming More Competitive All the Time
- Protein A continues to be the method of choice for the purification of monoclonal antibodies (mAb), a sector of the biopharmaceutical industry that has grown substantially since the first FDA-approved therapy in 1986. On average, four new mAb products are commercialized each year, and three new therapies have already received ...
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