Bioconjugate Development and Manufacturing
An Integrated Platform to Support Your Bioconjugate Development and Manufacturing Needs
Bioconjugates are a growing class of biopharmaceuticals that are developed by attaching two molecules together, of which at least one is a biomolecule. Examples of bioconjugates include antibody-drug conjugates (ADCs), pegylated proteins, siRNA conjugates and vaccine conjugates.
ADCs represent a significant area of clinical and economic growth for the biopharmaceutical market. ADCs combine the targeted specificity of a monoclonal antibody with a cytotoxic small molecule and are manufactured by linking these monoclonal antibodies to the highly toxic small molecules. There are hundreds of ADC candidates in development and analysts expect the market for these drugs to continue to expand. Production and analysis of varying quantities of ADC candidates is required to support research, process development, clinical development and commercialization of the molecules. Sartorius has an integrated platform of products and services to support ADC development and manufacturing needs from molecule inception through commercialization and is continuing to invest to mature this platform.