Systems for Research (SFR) extends a huge congratulations to Refeyn, the leading global manufacturer of mass photometry instruments and technology on the development of the GMP software package designed to expand the use of the SamuxMP and SamuxMP Auto mass photometers in GMP-regulated environments.
The new software is a crucial development for Refeyn as it enables the implementation of mass photometry within AAV-based gene therapy manufacturing facilities without having to worry about the strict regulatory requirements of FDA 21 CFR and EMA Annex 11.
The newly launched GMP software package includes three different applications: AcquireMP, EvaluateMP, and ManageMP. These applications are all responsible for offering users access control, audit traits, standardized workflows, and electronic signatures for streamlines and controlled AAV analytics in manufacturing environments.
It was stated by Matthias Langhorst, Chief Product Officer at Refeyn, that the new software ensures easy and secure operation and administration, enabling manufacturers to uphold the highest standards of quality throughout their operations.
Refeyn is the sole manufacturer of mass photometry instruments and technology worldwide and Systems for Research is proud to collaborate with them while paving the way towards efficient scientific research.
By nature, mass photometry excels in terms of speed, ease of use, cost effectiveness, and high precision molecular mass measurements. With the introduction of this software package, mass photometry is readily available for AAV sample characterization in manufacturing environments, providing unparalleled insights and accelerating the development of AAV-based gene therapies.
Refeyn continues to pave the way for efficient and high-quality manufacturing processes, ultimately improving patient outcomes.
To find out more about SamuxMP software package, please visit:SamuxMP Auto for Automated AAV Characterization | Refeyn
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