Pharmaceutical Cleanroom News
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Johns Hopkins Reports Promising Clinical Data in COVID-19 ARDS Treated with Cellenkos’ Cord Blood T-Regulatory Cells
Physician-investigators at Johns Hopkins University Hospital report on the promising data of treatment of COVID-19 induced acute respiratory distress syndrome with allogeneic, cord blood derived T-regulatory (Treg) cell therapy (manufactured by Cellenkos®), published in peer reviewed journal of Annals of Internal Medicine.
Sorrel Medical, a developer and manufacturer of wearable drug delivery devices, today announced the opening of a new manufacturing facility with state-of-the-art cleanroom facilities to accommodate manufacturing scalability of its wearable drug delivery devices.
Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing Opens Large-Scale Injectable Fill/Finish Facility, Significantly Increasing Capacity
Grand River Aseptic Manufacturing (“GRAM”), an agile and modern parenteral contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO), completed its major $60 million expansion project and recently took occupancy.
In line with the increased focus on the medical market segment, Coveris is taking a gigantic leap forward to modernize their medical packaging production facilities. With an extensive EUR 10 m investment program, Coveris strives to become best in class when it comes to process transparency, cleanliness and quality.
Sexton Biotechnologies has announced a new collaboration with BioSpherix Medical. As a tool and technologies partners of the Cell and Gene industry, Sexton and BioSpherix both recognize the need for cost-effective and flexible automation solutions during cell and gene therapy process development. While some upstream bioprocesses have been successfully automated, the final steps of downstream bioprocess, namely Fill-Finish, are often done manually with associated risks of contamination and user error.
Integrity Cleanroom is pleased to announce that it has begun commercial transactions with a brand new ecommerce platform and a dedicated team of professionals based in Texas.
The New York State Preferred Source Program for New Yorkers Who Are Blind (NYSPSP) continues to play a significant role in coordinating a strategic statewide response among its network of 10 affiliated nonprofit agencies, many of whom are providing essential products and services to help New York fight COVID-19.
Working with an international team of experts from universities on the forefront of air quality monitoring research, RESET® will be releasing a new air quality standard aimed at providing a framework for qualifying airborne particulate sensors – specifically optical particle counters – used for indoor and outdoor air quality monitoring.
As it continues diversifying further as a global manufacturing and solutions provider, Nicopure Labs is excited to announce that it will now be known as Pure Laboratories. Under this new name, Pure Laboratories will feature divisions to support the manufacturing and distribution of numerous product lines, including Nicopure and the quality products it has been known to develop for over 10 years such as the world-renowned brand Halo.
Together these five companies have put together complex build solutions in response to the coronavirus. Individually they were the best for being the fastest of their building type, together they provide the complete solution within weeks, regardless of the requirements. RPM acts as the quarterback pulling in a team of top North American manufacturers with the specific purpose of delivering rapid deployment Community Response Facilities (CRF) that are designed to meet each community’s critical needs. If the location requires conversion of an existing structure, a large building shell that goes up quickly, or mobile secure steel buildings, together we have it covered.
Germfree delivered a 53-foot biocontainment cleanroom trailer to a major US pharmaceutical company where they will work on a COVID-19 vaccine. This is the first, of what is expected to be, many mobile laboratory spaces that will be delivered to scientists and organizations working on virus and antibody testing, vaccine development, research, and deployment solutions.
3M and Ford are collaborating on specific ways the companies can rapidly combine complementary capabilities and resources to help meet a surge in demand for personal protective equipment due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Pharmaceutical Cleanroom News and Advancements
The Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Industry or medicine industry is the commercial industry that discovers, develops, produces, and markets drugs or pharmaceuticals for various uses and formations of medicines and medications. The pharmaceutical cleanroom industry produces the controlled aseptic cleanroom environments where by the pharmaceutical products are created and packaged. Pharmaceutical companies create a various array of products for different applications.
The primary developments of Pharmaceutical companies are generic medications, branded pharmaceuticals and medical devices. The pharmaceutical companies are subject to a variety of laws and regulations that govern the patenting, testing, safety, efficacy and marketing of drugs. Cleanroom Connect provides the latest Pharmaceutical Cleanroom News from various pharmaceutical and biopharma industries. Subscribe today to receive pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical news and updates directly to your mailbox.
The Pharmaceutical Cleanroom Industry is a booming industry, and production has been growing exponentially over the past few decades as innovations in the medical field have taken off. This increasing production has also led to increasing demands for safety features installed in industrial pharmaceutical manufacturing plants and storage areas. These safety procedures ensure the health of employees as well as the safe preservation of products that are stored for later use by consumers.