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Monitoring and Quality Control of Cell Culture Media Preparation using Raman Spectroscopy



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Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) are used to measure Critical Process Parameters (CCPs) which affect Critical Quality Attributes (CQAs). They are  particularly interesting for better process knowledge and control. Raman spectroscopy has already demonstrated very good results in real-time monitoring of main parameters of cell cultures. This technology could also be used in other steps of a manufacturing process. In this webinar, we will explore the possibilities of using Raman spectroscopy for quality control of cell culture media preparation. We will discuss the benefits of using this technology at this step and the demonstrated performances.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn about new possibilities for using Raman technology
  • Discover uses and benefits of Raman technology in quality control of cell culture media preparation

Speaker

Nathan Gay

Nathan Gay

Merck

Bioprocess Applications Engineer

Nathan Gay works as an applications engineer at Merck, specializing in bioprocesses. He works on the implementation of Raman technology, developing proofs of concept and researching new applications. Nathan has an engineer’s degree in biotechnology from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Technologie des Biomolécules de Bordeaux (ENSTBB), obtained in a work-study program with our company as an Industrialization Expert for the technology transfer between development and production in USP and DSP.

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