Avantor Opens Korean Life-Sciences Research and Applications Facility
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Avantor, a supplier of ultra-high-purity materials for the life-sciences and advanced technologies sectors, has opened a new life-sciences research and applications laboratory in GwangGyo district, Suwon, South Korea.

The lab offers life-sciences research tools, application specialists, resources, and accommodations to provide on-site training for biopharmaceutical drug development, process validation, and regulatory compliance.

Avantor researchers will collaborate on ways to use the company’s process chromatography media, buffers, and salts to define the best conditions for the highest protein purity and protein yield.

Avantor has also launched Field Application Services (FAS) programs in the laboratory for process optimization. FAS programs cover research and development/preclinical stage process development as well as Phase I/II/III/ marketed stage processes. These services are designed to help improve protein yield and target protein purity, reduce process time and/or steps, and potentially reduce the time from research and development to commercialization of target products, according to Avantor.

This new research facility is part of Avantor’s research and application development laboratories, including the Bridgewater Innovation Center, the company’s newest North American research lab.

Source: Avantor

 

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