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BioInvent Manufacturing, the contract manufacturing business unit of BioInvent International AB, has a proven track record for clients and partners since 1988. Using single use technology for more than 25 years, BioInvent Manufacturing has produced drug substance for clinical trials in Europe, the USA, Japan and Australia.

The BioInvent manufacturing facility is compliant with current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) regulations and is fully based on disposable technology and can produce batches in sizes from 40 L to 1,000 L. The platform process ensures rapid and efficient process development and spans everything from cell line development to final release of drug substance for clinical trials. BioInvent offers a range of cell line development options that include a royalty free GS knocked CHO K1 cell line.

BioInvent is conveniently located, in the university town of Lund Sweden, just 40 minutes from Copenhagen International Airport.

The highly-experienced team at BioInvent Manufacturing provides flexibility and a proven collaborative approach to exceeding our client’s goals. Our process development team uses a platform process to ensure rapid and successful development of mammalian expression systems starting with technology transfer or cell line development to final release of drug substance.

Services available include:

  • cGMP manufacturing of clinical grade material (phase I to III) in 200 or 1000L SUBs
  • Fully disposable manufacturing
  • Cell line development
  • Process development and process optimization
  • cGMP cell bank preparation and storage
  • Analytical development
  • Formulation development
  • Drug product filling at collaboration partner
  • Release testing and QP release
  • cGMP protein stability studies
  • Regulatory filing preparation

Contact Kristoffer Rudenholm Hansson at kristoffer.rudenholm.hansson@bioinvent.com regarding your clinical manufacturing needs.