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Multivariate data analysis as a PAT tool for early bioprocess development data

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Multivariate data analysis as a PAT tool for early bioprocess development data
Abstract

•Multivariate data analysis was applied to early bioprocess development data and increased understanding of a PER.C6® cell cultivation process.•Principal component analysis identified causes for batch deviations and revealed process differences between 2 L and 10 L batches, which were previously considered comparable.•Early bioprocess development data shows a lack of structure and gaps, which limit the conclusions from multivariate analyses particularly for the study of relations between process parameters and product's quality attributes.•Multivariate data analysis should be routinely used to analyze early development data to reveal relevant information for later development and scale-up.

Early development datasets are typically unstructured, incomplete and truncated, yet they are readily available and contain relevant process information which is not extracted using classical data analysis techniques. In this paper, we illustrate the power of multivariate data analysis (MVDA) as a Process Analytical Technology tool to analyze early development data of a PER.C6® cell cultivation process.MVDA increased our understanding of the process studied. Principal component analysis enabled a thorough exploration of the dataset, identifying causes for batch deviations and revealing sensitivity of the process to scale. These findings were previously undetected using traditional univariate analysis. The lack of structure and gaps in the early development datasets made it impossible to fit them to more advanced partial least square regression models. This paper clearly shows that MVDA should be routinely used to analyze early development data to reveal relevant information for later development and scale-up. The value of these early development runs can be greatly enhanced if the experiments are well-structured and accompanied with full process analytics. This up-front investment will result in shorter and more efficient process development paths, resulting in lower overall development costs for new biopharmaceutical products.

Keywords
ATF, alternating tangential flow; CPP, critical process parameter; CQA, critical process attribute; DO, dissolved oxygen; DoE, design of experiment; FDA, Food and Drug Administration; MFCS, multi-fermentation control system; MVDA, multivariate data analys
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Database: Elsevier - ScienceDirect
Journal: Journal of Biotechnology - Volume 167, Issue 3, 10 September 2013, Pages 262–270
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Physical Sciences and Engineering Chemical Engineering Bioengineering
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