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Evaluation of an anion-exchange hollow-fiber membrane adsorber containing γ-ray grafted glycidyl methacrylate chains

H. Shirataki, C. Sudoh, T. Eshima, Y. Yokoyama, K. Okuyama

Journal of Chromatography A, 1218 (2011) 2381–2388

It is widely recognized that membrane adsorbers are powerful tools for the purification of biopharmaceutical protein products and for this reason a novel hollow-fiber AEX type membrane adsorber has been developed. The membrane is characterized by grafted chains including DEA ligands affixed to the pore surfaces of the membrane. In order to estimate the membrane performance, (1) dynamic binding capacities for pure BSA and DNA over a range of solution conductivity and pH, (2) virus reduction by flow-through process, and (3) HCP and DNA removal from cell culture, are evaluated and compared with several other anion-exchange membranes. The novel hollow-fiber membrane is tolerant of high salt concentration when adsorbing BSA and DNA. When challenged with a solution containing IgG the membrane has high impurity removal further indicating this hollow-fiber based membrane adsorber is an effective tool for purification of biopharmaceutical protein products including IgG.

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