Thermo Fisher’s Groningen facility specializes in cGMP for (pre)clinical and commercial manufacturing, including mammalian cell culture manufacturing, scale up and cGMP manufacturing of recombinant proteins and monoclonal antibodies. The site leverages decades of expertise in manufacturing, and has a strong regulatory and inspection history, since 1994.
Supporting the growth and development in the biotech drug substance market, and to meet clients’ needs, Groningen has recently expanded its cleanroom area by 29%.
Groningen is part of our European network of biologics sites, which includes Lengnau, Switzerland and part of our Global network including Brisbane, Australia, Hangzhou, China and St. Louis, Missouri, USA.
|HPLC/UPLC based assay using both UV and fluorescent detectors||
|96-384 well ELISA plate reader with UV/Vis and fluorescent detection||
Solo VPE (UV/Vis)
Capillary isoelectric focusing (lce3)
|LAL reader (96 well)||Endotoxins|
|OG reader||Total organic carbon|
|Bioburden filtration setup||Bioburden|
|FTIR||Raw material ID testing|
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