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December 20, 2019

Polymer Vial Containment Systems for Gene Therapy Drug Products

Recently, there has been discussion in the industry regarding the utility of polymer-based vial containment systems for the storage and transport of gene therapy drug products, which can be performed as low as -80<sup>o</sup>C. Since it is known that all polymers are gas permeable, discussion has centered on whether polymer-based systems can sufficiently restrict ingress of oxygen (during refrigerated storage) and carbon dioxide (during transport on dry ice).
Page McAndrew

Page McAndrew

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