Marieke Elisabeth Klijn

Marieke Elisabeth Klijn
Delft University of Technology | TU · Department of Biotechnology

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The transition to continuous biomanufacturing is considered the next step to reduce costs and improve process robustness in the biopharmaceutical industry, while also improving productivity and product quality. The platform production process for monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) is eligible for continuous processing to lower manufacturing costs due to...
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Imaging is increasingly more utilized as analytical technology in biopharmaceutical formulation research, with applications ranging from subvisible particle characterization to thermal stability screening and residual moisture analysis. This review offers a comprehensive overview of analytical imaging for scientists active in biopharmaceutical form...
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The protein cloud-point temperature (TCloud) is a known representative of protein–protein interaction strength and provides valuable information during the development and characterization of protein-based products, such as biopharmaceutics. A high-throughput low volume TCloud detection method was introduced in preceding work, where it was conclude...
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Short-term parameters correlating to long-term protein stability, such as the protein cloud point temperature (Tcloud), are of interest to improve efficiency during protein product development. Such efficiency is reached if short-term parameters are obtained in a low volume and high-throughput (HT) manner. This study presents a low volume HT detect...
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Redesigning existing food protein formulations is necessary in situations where food authorities propose dose adjustments or removal of currently employed additives. Redesigning formulations involves evaluating substitute additives to obtain similar long-term physical stability as the original formulation. Such formulation screening experiments ben...
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Image-based protein phase diagram analysis is key for understanding and exploiting protein phase behavior in the biopharmaceutical field. However, required data analysis has become a notorious time-consuming task since high-throughput screening approaches were implemented. A variety of computational tools have been developed to support analysis, bu...
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Knowledge-based experimental design can aid biopharmaceutical high-throughput screening (HTS) experiments needed to identify critical manufacturability parameters. Prior knowledge can be obtained via computational methods such as protein property extraction from 3-D protein structures. This study presents a high-throughput 3-D structure preparation...
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Identification of long-term stable biopharmaceutical formulations is essential for biopharmaceutical product development. Reduction of the number of long-term storage experiments and a well-defined formulation search space requires knowledge-based formulation screenings and a detailed protein phase behavior understanding. To achieve this, short-ter...
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Protein phase diagrams are a tool to investigate cause and consequence of solution conditions on protein phase behavior. The effects are scored according to aggregation morphologies such as crystals or amorphous precipitates. Solution conditions affect morphological features, such as crystal size, as well as kinetic features, such as crystal growth...
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The correlation between the dimensionless retention times (DRT) of proteins in hydrophobic interaction chromatography (HIC) and their surface properties were investigated. A ternary atomic-level hydrophobicity scale was used to calculate the distribution of local average hydrophobicity across the proteins surfaces. These distributions were characte...

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