MIT xPRO BioManufacturing

  • 8 Courses | 7h 8m 42s
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Explore Biomanufacturing, a type of production that utilizes biological systems to construct commercially-relevant biomaterials and biomolecules for use in medicines, industrial applications, and the food and beverage industry.

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History Of Modern Biomanufacturing

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    Why Biologic Drugs Are Important
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    What are Biologic Drugs?
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COURSES INCLUDED

History Of Modern Biomanufacturing
Learn about the history of modern biomanufacturing and understand foundational principals for the structure
54m has Assessment
Protein Structure & Function
Learn about protein structure and functions
56m has Assessment
Cell Line Development
Learn about cell line development
59m has Assessment
Upstream Processing
Learn about upstream processing in biomanufacturing
55m has Assessment
Upstream Processing Part 2
Learn more details about upstream processing in biomanufacturing
55m
Downstream Processing
In this course, Dr. Paul Barone will teach you all about the downstream processing step of biopharmaceutical manufacturing.
1h has Assessment
Chromatography & Putting It All Together
Learn about chromatography and putting together many topics of downstream processing
45m has Assessment
Regulation
Learn about biomanufacturing regulation.
42m
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