CDMO for Biologics and Gene Therapy
BIB is a fast-growing contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) that provides a full spectrum of process development and manufacturing services for biologics and gene therapy
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Boston Institute of Biotechnology, LLC moved into our Southborough facility and began laboratory research and development operations in 2015.
We offer full services from consulting, cell line/strain development, upstream cell culture/ fermentation development, downstream purification development, analytical development, process characterization, technology transfer, non-GMP tox material supplies, and GMP production.
Our upstream capacities range from high-throughput milliliter-scale micro-bioreactors to 50L pilot-scale bioreactors. We also have 1-L Eppendorf DasGIP parallel bioreactors, 5-L, and 15L benchtop bioreactors.
For our downstream capacities, we have AKTA Purifier 10, AKTA Explorer 100, and pilot-scale 6mm Skid Bioprocessor that can handle up to 200L/hr purification.
Yes, BIB provides scale-down model development and qualification.
BIB team has extensive experience with tech transfer, scale-up and scale-down process development. In our facility, we have 1L, 5L, and 15L benchtop bioreactors as well as 50L pilot-scale bioreactor. For downstream, we have AKTA Purifier 10, AKTA Explorer 100, and pilot-scale 6mm Skid Bioprocessor that can handle up to 200L/hr purification.
The documentation quality in BIB is top-rated to support GMP tech transfer.
We work with different types of bacteria and yeasts (E. coli, B. subtilis, P. pastoris, etc) for fermentation; mammalian cells ( CHO, HEK, NS0, etc) and insect cells (Sf9) for cell culture.
Yes. We have both QA and QC departments in our GMP facility.
Our documentation quality is top-rated. Our team was trained to prepare the documentation like batch record and SOP using GMP standard through years of GMP tech transfer experience from previous world-leading CMO.
YES. We offer manufacture of non-GMP pre-clinical materials. Our upstream capacities range from 1L up to 50L bioreactor for fermentation and cell culture.
Yes. We can scale our 50L to most manufacturing scales. BIB has scale-up experience from shake flasks up to thousands-liter (or even hundred thousands-liter) bioreactor. With our experience, all of our developed processes are suitable for manufacture-scale.