. https://www.genengnews.com/insights/building-bioprocessing-from-data/
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First and foremost, by developing your bioprocess with a focus on collecting and analyzing all of the data attendant to that process, you can go back and audit what you’ve done in a high resolution manner. You should also realize that the data is going to include some very subtle and nuanced things. In manufacturing a cell product, for instance, you’re going to want to dive deep into the starting material analytics—everything from genomics to transcriptomics and secretomics, etc. If you generate this huge dataset and then analyze it, you’ll be able to figure out what subtle differences between, for example, the starting material genome or the starting material transcriptome actually impacts and influences what you get in the end product. MIKE MAY READ MORE