Catalent introduces new AAV gene therapy tech in aim to speed up manufacturing process
As Catalent ventures further into the world of cell and gene therapy manufacturing, the New Jersey-based CDMO has revealed its new adeno-associated viral vector platform.
The UpTempo Virtuoso platform can streamline the AAV manufacturing process to cut back on the time it takes to go from clinic to in-human clinical trials. It includes protocols for cell culture, transfection, and downstream purification, and can simplify the critical supply chain. It’s designed to produce products for the clinic in just nine months, Catalent says, and customers will have access to Catalent’s plasmid DNA offerings, too.
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