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Single-Use Systems Growth Rate Plateauing
Nearly One-Half of Biomanufacturers Are Using Disposable Bioreactors, but Adoption Is Slowing
- Single-use bioreactors are making good progress at the commercial scale, with 43.3% of biomanufacturers using them, versus 68.3% at the scale-up/clinical production stage. In this year’s 8th Annual Report and Survey of Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Capacity and Production, we examined the penetration of disposables across all stages of manufacture, as ...
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