This webinar will discuss the evolving regulatory requirments for testing Biologics injectibles for sub-visible Particulates.
Why Should You Attend:
There is an increased scrutiny on the testing and reporting of particulates in Protein Therapeutics.
Proteinaceous Particulates in Biologics injectibles can arise from the aggregation of the protein product and can be induced by silicone droplets, metal particles and glass particles. Aggregates in protein products present a safety concern because they may increase the immunogenicity of the product. The FDA has therefore requested BLA sponsors to present sub-visible particulate data at the clinical and commercial stage. The initially identified method –gap for suitable techniques for testing particles in the 0.2 - 10 micron range is being rapidly filled by new technologies.
This 90-minute webinar addresses recent discussions in the industry related to testing sub-visible particulates in Biologics injectibles. Recent FDA expectations for reporting data will be discussed. Methods for characterization and routine testing of particulates, their advantages and limitations will be discussed. Case studies where the various methods have been used for characterization of the sub-visible particles will be discussed.
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Who Will Benefit:
Physical CD-DVD of recorded session will be despatched after 72 hrs on completion of payment
Recorded video session
Speaker is currently the Group Leader for Analytics CMC Group and Senior Consultant with the Biologics Consulting Group specializing in Analytical, Stability, CMC, and GLP/GMP Quality Systems. She has assisted pharma and biotech organizations in the evaluation of analytical methods and method validation for a wide range of products from the pre-clinical phase to commercial phases. Some specific technical areas include small-molecule pharmaceuticals, well-characterized proteins including biosimilars and vaccines. Her consulting areas include GMP systems design and implementation focusing on laboratory and stability systems, data integrity, and equipment. She currently serves as an Editorial Advisor for Bioprocess International.