Fermentation in Manufacturing Technology: An Experimental and Theoretical Course


June 17 to June 21, 2024 (8 AM to 12 PM, Section A)
July 1 to July 6, 2024 (1 PM to 5 PM, Section B)
Who Should Attend: The course is intended for science and medical students, technicians, engineers involved with biopharmaceutical industries.
Description: The course focuses on the manufacture of protein using bacteria. The principal topics are related to nutrition, chemical-physical parameters in the bioreactor, microbial culture evaluation, plasmid retention, sterility, and contamination. The course addresses the parameters from cell bank, seed fermenter to scale up. At each level the course emphasizes the media components and their response, feeding strategies, control parameters, protein induction and quality control. Laboratory experiences include media preparation, evaluation of culture (axenic conditions, enumeration, cell curve and viability), plasmid retention and quality control. In addition, the course focuses on small scale bioreactors and seed train bioreactors to reach full manufacture process.
Contact hours: 20 hours of laboratory, theoretical Classes On-Line.





SKU: BTBS715 Category:

Deposit is not refundable if you are unable to participate. Tuition payable in US funds. Note: The course cost includes light lunch and coffee every day. IBI personnel could assist you for hotel accommodation. The On- ine portion of this course will be open 4 weeks, before class's starts. You should pay Regular Cost up to 45 days before the course start day. After that period, you should pay
Late Fee. Also, late fee applied if you make space separation.


Late Registration, Regular Difference, Regular Registration, Space Separation


July 1 to July 6, 2024 (1 PM to 5 PM, Section B), June 17 to June 21, 2024 (8 AM to 12 PM, Section A)


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