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Bioanalysis. 2013 Oct;5(20):2495-507. doi: 10.4155/bio.13.216.

Universal immunogenicity validation and assessment during early biotherapeutic development to support a green laboratory.

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Department of Clinical Immunology, Amgen Inc., One Amgen Center Drive, 30E-3-C, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320, USA.

Abstract

BACKGROUND:

Immunogenicity support during nonclinical biotherapeutic development can be resource intensive if supported by conventional methodologies. A universal indirect species-specific immunoassay can eliminate the need for biotherapeutic-specific anti-drug antibody immunoassays without compromising quality. By implementing the R's of sustainability (reduce, reuse, rethink), conservation of resources and greener laboratory practices were achieved in this study.

RESULTS:

Statistical analysis across four biotherapeutics supported identification of consistent product performance standards (cut points, sensitivity and reference limits) and a streamlined universal anti-drug antibody immunoassay method implementation strategy.

CONCLUSION:

We propose an efficient, fit-for-purpose, scientifically and statistically supported nonclinical immunogenicity assessment strategy. Utilization of a universal method and streamlined validation, while retaining comparability to conventional immunoassays and meeting the industry recommended standards, provides environmental credits in the scientific laboratory. Collectively, individual reductions in critical material consumption, energy usage, waste and non-environment friendly consumables, such as plastic and paper, support a greener laboratory environment.

PMID:
24138623
DOI:
10.4155/bio.13.216
[Indexed for MEDLINE]

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