How Our Reagent Lyophilization Partnership With IDT Benefits You

By |December 10th, 2019|Lyophilization|

As point-of-care (POC) diagnostics and high throughput sequencing expand in popularity, the need for room temperature-stable products grows. POC diagnostics need to be capable of ambient storage in order to make their way into consumer homes, rural c [...]

How to Minimize API Loss: A Case Study in Aseptic Fill/Finish

By |November 21st, 2019|Drug Product Manufacturing|

With API (active pharmaceutical ingredient) values continuing to climb as production scales conversely drop, it is time to rethink our aseptic filling processes to minimize API loss. The rise in biologics and personalized medicine has led to APIs wit [...]

Argonaut Manufacturing Services Announces Addition to Board of Directors

By |November 7th, 2019|News and Announcements, Press Release|

Mark O’Donnell Joins Argonaut Manufacturing Services Board Carlsbad, CA, Nov 05, 2019 – Argonaut Manufacturing Services announced today that Mark O’Donnell has been appointed to the company’s Board of Directors. Mr. O’Donnell joins the Argonaut Board [...]

When is the Right Time to Select a Biotech Contract Manufacturer (CMO)?

By |October 22nd, 2019|Manufacturing, Useful Tips|

Every journey to contract manufacturing is unique. Some biotech companies know, at the start, they want to work with a contract manufacturing organization (CMO), while others choose to engage a CMO later in the product design process or even after pr [...]

Make Versus Buy: Evaluating your Aseptic Fill/Finish Manufacturing Strategy

By |October 9th, 2019|Drug Product Manufacturing, Useful Tips|

Every biopharma company is eventually faced with the “make versus buy” decision – should they fill/finish their drug product in-house or outsource? Complicating things further, a third option also exists to outsource a portion while retaining some i [...]

Scale-up and Automation Strategies in Life Science Manufacturing

By |September 17th, 2019|Manufacturing, Useful Tips|

Scale-up and automation in life science manufacturing is challenging. When picturing a manufacturing line, you likely conjure up images of automated multi-function equipment or deft robotic arms. However, for the vast majority of life science compani [...]

New manufacturing strategies for the precision medicine future

By |July 11th, 2019|Drug Product Manufacturing|

Blockbuster drugs and one-size-fits-all treatments now share portfolio space with highly targeted therapies for smaller patient populations. This new era is an opportunity for savvy companies to create greater value, both for patients and themselves. [...]

How QSR-Compliant Medical Device Companies Can Switch to ISO 13485:2016

By |June 26th, 2019|Certifications, QA/QC, Useful Tips|

For decades, there has been a divide in the medical device regulatory landscape. While the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has considered their Quality System Regulation (QSR) to be the minimum criteria for medical device manufacturing since [...]