Vaccines are among the most cost-effective health interventions against pathogens and other infectious diseases, saving millions of lives annually while improving quality of life for countless others. Growing global demand, however, poses severe challenges for vaccine manufacturers. Each new pathogen or outbreak adds to the variety of vaccine types and manufacturing methods needed, preventing establishment of robust processing templates that could improve overall effectiveness, safety, and affordability.
From a manufacturing perspective, many factors are critical to accelerating vaccine production and meeting performance goals. These include predictable scale-up, optimal upstream productivity, robust impurity removal, maximized downstream recovery, speed to clinic, patient safety, and regulatory compliance. Achieving process improvements can drive success for all of the vaccine development platforms described below, but innovative technologies and a high level of application expertise are required.
e-Book: Enabling Capabilities & Solutions for all Vaccine Platforms
Brochure: Vaccine Bioprocessing Handbook
Brochure: Enabling Vaccines Production - Solving Challenges Together
Biopharmaceutical Applications Guide
White Paper: Developing an Accelerated and More Cost-Effective Single-Use Adenoviral Vector Vaccine Manufacturing Process
Merck and Baylor College of Medicine Collaborate to Advance a Vaccine Manufacturing Platform to Fight Covid-19
Merck Boosts Commercial Viral Vector and Gene Therapy Manufacturing Capacity
Merck Supports Jenner Institute to Reach First Milestone in Covid-19 Vaccine Manufacturing
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