ASI is a leading global provider of advanced single-use systems for the Healthcare and Life Sciences Industries. ASI’s manufacturing and corporate headquarters are in Pennsylvania, United States with an additional production facility in Matamoros, Mexico. ASI’s fully customized systems allow Bio-Pharmaceutical manufacturers the flexibility to maximize efficiencies, minimize costs and alleviate risks in the production of Bio-Pharm applications. Closely allied with industry suppliers, the company is dedicated to providing the flexibility to integrate Single-Use Systems for the Bio-Pharmaceutical Manufacturers’ unique processes.
Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies is an industry-leading biologics Contract Manufacturing Organization with locations in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, USA, and Billingham, UK. As recognized leaders in microbial-derived biologics, the two sites offer over 25 years combined experience in the development and manufacture of recombinant proteins, vaccines and monoclonal antibodies, expressed in a wide array of microbial, mammalian and insect cell systems.
Penn State's Chemical Engineering Department, headed by Andrew Zydney, is researching activities that are focused in three distinct areas: artificial organs, bioseparations and membrane processes. In each of these areas, their goal is to develop a more fundamental understanding of the factors governing the behavior of these processes, including the complex interactions between the biological molecules/cells and the synthetic materials used in these devices. Descriptions of several ongoing research areas are described on their research page.
Since 1970, Spectrum Laboratories has developed and manufactured innovative products for bioseparation and cell line management. Spectrum products are used for the filtration, isolation, purification and concentration of pharmaceuticals, diagnostics, food, beverages and industrial fluids.
Spectrum pioneered the development of dialysis membranes and accessories, disposable hollow fiber filtration modules and systems, supported polymeric liquid membranes and preparative low-pressure liquid chromatography products.
Their membranes and membrane modules are used for macrofiltration, microfiltration, ultrafiltration, diafiltration, dialysis and extraction. With over 2,000 products, ranging from small disposable membrane modules to high volume systems, you can be certain they have a product for your application.
Spectrum continues to make significant investments in R&D to develop and provide new products and advance separation technology as a whole. Spectrum's team of membrane scientists, engineers, technical experts and quality control personnel is always available to support your separation application.