Webinar Date: Tuesday, April 9, 2024

Webinar Time: 11 AM EST / 8 AM PST

Although empirical Raman spectroscopy models are convenient because of the ‘black box’ design, they may prove impractical. In complex upstream bioprocesses, you may find that these are insufficiently robust for deployment as Process Analytical Technology (PAT) solutions. However, the MAVERICK platform, utilizes Raman technology with a de novo approach. This operates as effortlessly as a pH-meter, providing real-time measurements of key process parameters such as glucose, lactate, and biomass. Additionally, it offers access to top-notch, complete-spectrum Raman data, facilitating comprehensive bioprocess development.
Register today for the upcoming BioProcess Online Webinar to learn more and join the discussion.

The first part of the webinar explains how MAVERICK employs physics-based de novo model for real-time monitoring and control of upstream process parameters. 

In the second part of the webinar, learn how this technology was readily deployed in CHO cell cultures monitoring and control without any bioprocess-specific model building. We implemented a strategy of continuous dynamic feeding to enhance process performance and circumvent conditions recognized to adversely impact product quality.

Key Takeaways:
  • MAVERICK, a novel Raman spectroscopy -based PAT solution that can be easily deployed without bioprocess-specific model building
  • Operational mechanism of MAVERICK and foundation of its measurement
  • Example of implementing MAVERICK for continuous CHO feed control, including novel feeding approach