DSM provide XD technology pharma company

DSM to provide XD technology to pharma company

5:27 AM, 21st June 2012
DSM to provide XD technology to pharma company

PARSIPPANY, US: DSM Pharmaceutical Products, the custom manufacturing and technology business of Royal DSM, has signed a commercial agreement for contract manufacturing services using its proprietary XD high cell density process technology with a major pharma company. XD technology is a highly intensified cell culture process with titer achievement 5-to-15 times higher compared to current standard biomanufacturing processes.

DSM will complete the process development and commercial manufacturing for the products. These projects will be performed at the R&D and manufacturing site in Groningen and at new operations in Brisbane. DSM’s proprietary technologies drive down cost, processing times and capital requirements to meet market demand for life saving medications. XD has also shown impressive results for biosimilars and ethical drugs with respect to both volume and product quality.

“We are proud to announce that a major pharma company has chosen DSM’s services and technology for three of their leading antibody pipeline projects for different indications. We will apply our XD technology in combination with our technology portfolio, and manufacture from our Groningen, The Netherlands, and Brisbane, Australia facilities,” said Karen King, President, DSM Biologics.

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