Continuous

virus production

for gene therapies

ABOUT OUR  PROJECT

ContiVir is a research project of the Max Planck Institute with the vision of operating a unified platform technology for virus production & purification that can produce viral vectors to gene therapy standards at tenfold efficiency compared to today

OUR 

TECHNOLOGIES

We are developing a highly efficient virus production system based on a continuous tubular bioreactor & a capture chromatography step with virtually full recovery for a wide range of viruses.

These technologies together can be up to ten-fold more efficient than current production platforms.

TUBULAR BIOREACTOR
CAPTURE CHROMATOGRAPHY
 

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ADVANTAGES

COMPARED TO BATCH VIRUS PRODUCTION

Reduced footprint

(20 times smaller equipments)

Faster production

(save weeks or months)

Higher productivity

(reduced manufacturing costs)

GENE THERAPY
VIRAL VACCINES

Applications

Our team

Felipe Tapia, M.Sc.

Co-founder

Upstream processing specialist

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Pavel Marichal, M.Sc.

Co-founder

Downstream processing specialist

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Contact us

Sandtorstrasse 1

39106 Magdeburg

Germany

 

info@contivir.com

Related news:

- The New York Times, 2017: "Gene Therapy Hits a Peculiar Roadblock: A Virus Shortage" (click here)

- American Pharmaceutical Review, 2016: "Achieving Large-Scale Cell and Gene Therapy Manufacturing" (click here).

-U.S Food and Drug Administration, 2017: "Modernizing the Way Drugs Are Made: A Transition to Continuous Manufacturing" (click here)

- FiercePharma, 2016: "FDA urges companies to get on board with continuous manufacturing" (click here)