Quality by Design for Biopharmaceuticals : Principles and Case Studies / Edition 1

Quality by Design for Biopharmaceuticals : Principles and Case Studies / Edition 1

ISBN-10:
0470282339
ISBN-13:
9780470282335
Pub. Date:
06/22/2009
Publisher:
Wiley

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Quality by Design for Biopharmaceuticals : Principles and Case Studies / Edition 1

The concepts, applications, and practical issues of Quality byDesign

Quality by Design (QbD) is a new framework currently beingimplemented by the FDA, as well as EU and Japanese regulatoryagencies, to ensure better understanding of the process so as toyield a consistent and high-quality pharmaceutical product. QbDbreaks from past approaches in assuming that drug quality cannot betested into products; rather, it must be built into every step ofthe product creation process.

Quality by Design: Perspectives and Case Studies presentsthe first systematic approach to QbD in the biotech industry. Acomprehensive resource, it combines an in-depth explanation ofbasic concepts with real-life case studies that illustrate thepractical aspects of QbD implementation.

In this single source, leading authorities from thebiotechnology industry and the FDA discuss such topics as:

  • The understanding and development of the product's criticalquality attributes (CQA)
  • Development of the design space for a manufacturingprocess
  • How to employ QbD to design a formulation process
  • Raw material analysis and control strategy for QbD
  • Process Analytical Technology (PAT) and how it relates toQbD
  • Relevant PAT tools and applications for the pharmaceuticalindustry
  • The uses of risk assessment and management in QbD
  • Filing QbD information in regulatory documents
  • The application of multivariate data analysis (MVDA) toQbD

Filled with vivid case studies that illustrate QbD at work incompanies today, Quality by Design is a core reference forscientists in the biopharmaceutical industry, regulatory agencies,and students.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780470282335
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 06/22/2009
Series: Wiley Series in Biotechnology and Bioengineering Series , #1
Pages: 328
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.30(h) x 0.80(d)

About the Author

Anurag S. Rathore received his PhD in chemical engineeringfrom Yale University and is the Director of Process Development,Amgen Inc. His areas of interest include process development,scale-up, technology transfer, process validation, processanalytical technology, and quality by design. He has authored morethan 100 publications and presentations in these areas and serveson the editorial advisory boards for Biotechnology Progress,BioPharm International, Pharmaceutical Technology Europe, Journalof Biochemical and Biophysical Methods, and Separation andPurification Reviews.

Rohin Mhatre is a Senior Director in the BioProcessDevelopment department at Biogen Idec, Cambridge, Massachusetts,and has been with the company since 1996. His group is responsiblefor development of analytical methods and product characterizationto support the process and formulation development of early andlate stage clinical programs. Mhatre is also leading the QbDinitiative within Biogen Idec. He has authored several publicationsand been an invited speaker to numerous scientific meetings.

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Table of Contents

Foreword xiii

Preface xv

Preface to the Wiley Series on Biotechnology and Related Topicsxvii

Contributors xix

1 QUALITY BY DESIGN: AN OVERVIEW OF THE BASIC CONCEPTS1
Rohin Mhatre and Anurag S. Rathore

1.1 Introduction 1

1.2 Critical Quality Attributes 2

1.3 An Overview of Design Space 3

1.4 Raw Materials and their Impact on QbD 4

1.5 Process Analytical Technology 4

1.6 The Utility of Design Space and QbD 5

1.7 Conclusions 7

2 CONSIDERATIONS FOR BIOTECHNOLOGY PRODUCT QUALITY BY DESIGN9
Steven Kozlowski and Patrick Swann

2.1 Introduction 9

2.2 Quality by Design 10

2.3 Relevant Product Attributes 11

2.4 Manufacturing Process 14

2.5 Developing a Design Space 18

2.6 Uncertainty and Complexity 22

2.7 Future Horizons 23

2.8 QbD Submission Thoughts 25

2.9 Implementation Plans 26

2.10 Summary 27

3 MOLECULAR DESIGN OF RECOMBINANT MALARIA VACCINES EXPRESSEDBY Pichia pastoris 31
David L. Narum

3.1 Introduction 31

3.2 The Malaria Genome and Proteome 34

3.3 Expression of Two Malaria Antigens in P. pastoris 34

3.4 Summary 46

4 USING A RISK ASSESSMENT PROCESS TO DETERMINE CRITICALITY OFPRODUCT QUALITY ATTRIBUTES 53
Mark A Schenerman, Milton J. Axley, Cynthia N. Oliver, KripaRam, and Gail F. Wasserman

4.1 Introduction 53

4.2 Examples of Criticality Determination 60

4.3 Conclusion 81

5 CASE STUDY ON DEFINITION OF PROCESS DESIGN SPACE FOR AMICROBIAL FERMENTATION STEP 85
Pim van Hoek, Jean Harms, Xiangyang Wang, and Anurag S.Rathore

5.1 Introduction 85

5.2 Approach Toward Process Characterization 87

5.3 Risk Analysis 88

5.4 Small-Scale Model Development and Qualification 89

5.5 Design of Experiment Studies 94

5.6 Worst Case Studies 96

5.7 Definition of Design Space 99

5.8 Definition of Validation Acceptance Limits 103

5.9 Regulatory Filing, Process Monitoring, and PostapprovalChanges 106

6 APPLICATION OF QbD PRINCIPLES TO TANGENTIAL FLOW FILTRATIONOPERATIONS 111
Peter K. Watler and John Rozembersky

6.1 Introduction 111

6.2 Applications of TFF in Biotechnology 113

6.3 Tangential Flow Filtration Operating Principles 113

6.4 TFF Design Objectives 115

6.5 Membrane Selection 115

6.6 TFF Operating Parameter Design 118

6.7 TFF Diafiltration Operating Mode Design 122

6.8 Summary 125

7 APPLICATIONS OF DESIGN SPACE FOR BIOPHARMACEUTICALPURIFICATION PROCESSES 127
Douglas J. Cecchini

7.1 Introduction 127

7.2 Establishing Design Space for Purification Processes duringProcess Development 128

7.3 Applications of Design Space 131

7.4 Cell Harvest and Product Capture Steps 131

7.5 Protein A Capture Column 136

7.6 Hydrophobic Interaction Chromatography 137

7.7 Anion Exchange Chromatography 138

7.8 Summary 141

8 VIRAL CLEARANCE: A STRATEGY FOR QUALITY BY DESIGN AND THEDESIGN SPACE 143
Gail Sofer and Jeffrey Carter

8.1 Introduction 143

8.2 Current and Future Approaches to Virus ClearanceCharacterization 143

8.3 Benefits of Applying Design Space Principles to VirusClearance 144

8.4 Technical Limitations Related to Adoption of QdB/DesignSpace Concepts in Virus Clearance 145

8.5 Developing a Virus Clearance Design Space 148

8.6 Staying in the Design Space 156

8.7 Conclusion 157

9 APPLICATION OF QUALITY BY DESIGN AND RISK ASSESSMENTPRINCIPLES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF FORMULATION DESIGN SPACE161
Kingman Ng and Natarajan Rajagopalan

9.1 Introduction 161

9.2 Quality by Design (QbD) Approach 162

9.3 Target Product Profile (TPP) 163

9.4 Molecular Degradation Characterization 164

9.5 Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) Critical Properties166

9.6 Preformulation Characterization 167

9.7 Initial Formulation Risk Assessments 168

9.8 Formulation Optimization and Design Space 169

9.9 Selection of Solution Formulation Composition 171

9.10 Summary 173

10 APPLICATION OF QbD PRINCIPLES TO BIOLOGICS PRODUCT:FORMULATION AND PROCESS DEVELOPMENT 175
Satish K. Singh, Carol F. Kirchhoff, and AmitBanerjee

10.1 Introduction: QbD in Biologics Product Development 175

10.2 Risk Assessment Process 177

10.3 Examples 178

10.4 Conclusions 191

11 QbD FOR RAW MATERIALS 193
Maureen Lanan

11.1 Introduction 193

11.2 Background 194

11.3 Current Practice for Raw Materials 195

11.4 QbD in Development 195

11.5 QbD in manufacturing 196

11.6 QbD for organizations 197

11.7 Tests Available 197

11.8 Conclusions and Future Prospects 207

12 PAT TOOLS FOR BIOLOGICS: CONSIDERATIONS AND CHALLENGES211
Michael Molony and Cenk Undey

12.1 Introduction 211

12.2 Cell Culture and Fermentation PAT Tools 214

12.3 Purification PAT Tools 223

12.4 Formulation PAT Tools 228

12.5 PAT Tools for Bioprocess Starting Materials, Defined Media,and Complex Raw Materials 230

12.6 Chemometrics and Advanced Process Control Tools 232

12.7 The power of PLS and PCA 233

12.8 "Relevant Time"Column Integrity Monitoring (MomentsAnalysis versus HETP) 240

12.9 Challenges for Implementation of PAT Tools 244

12.10 Future PAT Tools 247

13 EVOLUTION AND INTEGRATION OF QUALITY BY DESIGN AND PROCESSANALYTICAL TECHNOLOGY 255
Duncan Low and Joseph Phillips

13.1 Introduction 255

13.2 Evolution of PAT and Quality by Design (QbD): EmergingGuidelines and Standards 256

13.3 Process Analytical Technology (PAT) 261

13.4 Quality by Design 263

13.5 Implementing QbD and PAT 266

13.6 Conclusions 282

Acknowledgments 283

References 283

Index 287

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