Buffer quality is vital for the success of biopharmaceutical processes, as well as small molecule formulation, because buffers are indispensable in nearly every production step. Our broad portfolio of buffer materials manufactured under appropriate controls is tailored to your needs. Ranging from non-GMP production to manufacturing according to GMP guidelines including excipients specifically for drug formulation and including high-risk applications. Whether your product is a small or large molecule drug, we offer high-quality buffers and pH adjusters backed by extensive regulatory support.
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Buffer Reference Center
We cover all commonly used buffering systems such as phosphates, acetates, and citrates, as well as customized buffers and organic buffers that include TRIS, HEPES, MES, BIS-TRIS, PBS, imidazole, and many more. If you need a global supply partner capable of fast, flexible turnaround, our manufacturing locations around the world can provide high-quality biological buffers manufactured according to GMP guidelines, in quantities from a gram to metric ton scale.
All buffering products use qualified, high-purity raw materials of defined specifications to ensure reproducible processing, manufactured with processes that are designed to minimize microbiological contamination and concentrations. Consequently, drug manufacturers worldwide rely on our products for:
As part of our Emprove® Chemicals portfolio, buffers and pH adjusters are supported with comprehensive, up-to-date documentation to help you navigate regulatory challenges, manage risks, and improve processes.
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