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Characterizing the impact of pressure on virus filtration processes and establishing design spaces to ensure effective parvovirus removal

Daniel Strauss, Joshua Goldstein, Tomoko Hongo-Hirasaki, Yoshiro Yokoyama, Naokatsu Hirotomi, Tomoyuki Miyabayashi, Dominick Vacante
Biotechnology Progress 2017, 33 (5): 1294-1302
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Virus filtration provides robust removal of potential viral contaminants and is a critical step during the manufacture of biotherapeutic products. However, recent studies have shown that small virus removal can be impacted by low operating pressure and depressurization. To better understand the impact of these conditions and to define robust virus filtration design spaces, we conducted multivariate analyses to evaluate parvovirus removal over wide ranges of operating pressure, solution pH, and conductivity for three mAb products on Planova™ BioEX and 20N filters. Pressure ranges from 0.69 to 3.43 bar (10.0-49.7 psi) for Planova BioEX filters and from 0.50 to 1.10 bar (7.3 to 16.0 psi) for Planova 20N filters were identified as ranges over which effective removal of parvovirus is achieved for different products over wide ranges of pH and conductivity. Viral clearance at operating pressure below the robust pressure range suggests that effective parvovirus removal can be achieved at low pressure but that Minute virus of mice (MVM) logarithmic reduction value (LRV) results may be impacted by product and solution conditions. These results establish robust design spaces for Planova BioEX and 20N filters where high parvovirus clearance can be expected for most antibody products and provide further understanding of viral clearance mechanisms. © 2017 American Institute of Chemical Engineers Biotechnol. Prog., 33:1294-1302, 2017.

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