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What is GMP Stable Cell Line?

Reported by creativebiomart | January 12th, 2024 @ 09:27 AM

GMP refers to "Good Manufacturing Practice," which is a set of mandatory standards for pharmaceutical, food, and other industries to ensure the quality and safety of products. It requires companies to take care of raw materials, personnel, facilities and equipment, production processes, packaging and transportation, quality control, etc. All must meet mandatory standards. GMP stable cell lines refer to stable cell lines obtained under conditions that comply with GMP standards and are used to produce high-quality pharmaceuticals, especially biopharmaceuticals. GMP stably transduced cell lines need to go through screening, identification, and quality control to ensure that their performance is stable, reproducible, and in compliance with GMP requirements. During the GMP cell line construction process, comprehensive virus detection, cell bank establishment, cell line identification, and other steps are also required to ensure the safety and quality of the product.

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