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Manufacturing of Pharmaceutical Proteins

From Technology to Economy

Behme, Stefan

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3. Auflage Oktober 2021
480 Seiten, Hardcover
150 Abbildungen (50 Farbabbildungen)
41 Tabellen
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ISBN: 978-3-527-34947-0
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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Now in its third edition, the text covers all aspects of biopharmaceutical manufacturing. Structured like a textbook, it is aimed at a wide audience in industry and academia and can be used as a reference as well as for training purposes.

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PART 1 INTRODUCTION
Biopharmaceutical Production: Value Creation, Product Types and Biological Basics
PART 2 TECHNOLOGY
Manufacturing Process
Analytics
PART 3 PHARMACY
Pharmacology and Drug Safety
PART 4 QUALITY ASSURANCE
Fundamentals of Quality Assurance
Quality Assurance in Manufacturing
Appendix A: Case Study Part IV: Warning Letters by FDA
PART 5 PHARMACEUTICAL LAW
Pharmaceutical Law and Regulatory Authorities
Appendix B: Case Study Part V: Clinical Trials for Protein Products
PART 6 PRODUCTION FACILITIES
Facility Design
Planning, Construction and Commissioning of a Manufacturing Plant
PART 7 ECONOMY
Production Costs
Investments
Production Concept
Appendix C: Examples Part VII: Manufacturing Cost
Part 8 PRODUCTION ORGANISATION AND DIGITALIZATION
13 Organisation and Core Processes of a Manufacturing Facility
14 Digitalization

Dr. Stefan Behme is the department head of Strategic Sourcing Finished Products, Contract Manufacturing at Bayer Healthcare, Berlin. Before that he worked with biotech operations of Bayer, taking care for external manufacturing cooperations for biotechnological production. Stefan started his industrial career with Bayer in the engineering department, managing healthcare investment projects in Germany and the US.
From 2006 through 2010 Stefan worked as lecturer at the Universitys of Dortmund (Germany) and Berlin teaching GMP aspects of biopharmaceutical manufacturing and production processes in life sciences.
Stefan received his Master's degree in chemical engineering and worked after that as assistant teacher in the field of macromolecular thermodynamics at the Technical University of Berlin where he also earned his PhD degree.