BioPharm Interview with Parrish Galliher of GE Xcellerex

| March 28, 2017

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Parrish Galliher, Chief Technology Officer, Upstream, GE Healthcare Life Sciences Xcellerex, talks with BioPharm International about the challenges in biomanufacturing today and the strategies that biopharmas can leverage. He also compares and contrasts fed-batch versus perfusion processing.

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