lyophilisation


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Noun1.lyophilisation - a method of drying food or blood plasma or pharmaceuticals or tissue without destroying their physical structure; material is frozen and then warmed in a vacuum so that the ice sublimes
drying up, evaporation, desiccation, dehydration - the process of extracting moisture
freeze, freezing - the withdrawal of heat to change something from a liquid to a solid
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Approaches such as glassification or lyophilisation to stabilize enzymes against ambient temperature stress can also be employed in those situations where the logistics side is poor, such as remote fieldwork.
biosimilars) and orphan medicines - Demand for softgel formulations and the shift to continuous manufacturing - Green technology in contract pharmaceuticals production - Aseptic filling for biological drugs and small-molecule medicines - Development of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) and other novel proteins - Lyophilisation, spray drying, hot-melt extrusion and fill-finish services.
biosimilars) and orphan medicines -- Demand for softgel formulations and the shift to continuous manufacturing -- Green technology in contract pharmaceuticals production -- Aseptic filling for biological drugs and small-molecule medicines -- Development of antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs) and other novel proteins -- Lyophilisation, spray drying, hot-melt extrusion and fill-finish services.
He mentioned that they have considered the dehydration and lyophilisation of mangoes as a way to add value, however above all, its processing for markets like the United States and Canada, whereas trade discussions are performed in China, where this Agro-park is by now being promoted.
The flow-through and the dialysates were concentrated by lyophilisation before testing for bacteriocin activity.
Advances in lyophilisation and increasing applications of process analytical technology (PAT) will also attract attention.
A correction for gravimetric water content (Eqn 2) was not applied to the measured OC values obtained for the coarse or fine fractions since they were dried completely by lyophilisation before analysis.
SeeNews) - Nov 12, 2012 - French pharmaceutical company Synerlab announced today the acquisition of Lyofal, which specialises in lyophilisation technologies, and of the site in Orleans, northern France, of pharma lab International Drug Development Technopole (IDD-Tech).
Freeze-drying (also known as lyophilisation or cryodesiccation) is a dehydration process typically used to preserve perishable materials or make materials lighter or more convenient for transport.
The cells were then dried by lyophilisation in the freeze dryer (FTS System, U) (Adwitiya et al.
Darrington, "Developments in Laboratory Scale Lyophilisation for Purification Laboratories," Genevac (2006).
The centralized laboratory system is access controlled and composed of dedicated areas for biochemical and haematological analysis, bacteriology, serology, tissue culture, molecular biology, HIV, lyophilisation and strain maintenance, etc.