Overcoming Technical Transfer Challenges in Virotherapy Manufacturing

Published: 30 July 2021

Technical transfer is the handover of knowledge and technical capability from one stage in the development supply chain to another and can take several forms, for example:

  • The transfer of a project from one production site to another
  • The transfer from a research and development (R&D) stage to a current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) stage, including scale-up engineering

All technical transfer processes involve challenges that must be overcome to ensure success, and these obstacles can multiply when it involves virotherapy manufacturing, due to the unique complexities of the field.

Below, we share a brief guide to navigating the technical transfer process for viral vector projects.

To find out more about Vibalogics’ support for virotherapy products including oncolytic virus, gene therapy, and vaccine development and manufacturing, visit our website for more information, or alternatively, you can contact the team at experts@vibalogics.com 

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