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What is process characterization?

Process characterization is an essential step in the commercialization of a new (biological) drug. For drug product commercialization, manufacturers must validate the drug’s manufacturing process. This ensures that the manufacturing process delivers consistently a quality product and that the patient is not at risk.
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