NanoDSF – A Lean Technology to Test Thermal Stability of Vaccines
Posted on December 19,2017
Abstract Characterization of materials throughout the vaccine production manufacturing chain is essential to ensure the customer receives high quality, safe, and effective product. Vaccines may contain various components such as antigens, adjuvants, excipients, emulsifiers, etc. One of the key attri...
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