Vironova is a Swedish biotechnology company providing comprehensive, hardware, software and services for the analysis of nanoparticles. Vironova revolutionizes access to transmission electron microscopy-based image analysis in biopharmaceutical development. Our solution enables automated analyses for faster and better-informed decisions to secure robust bioprocessing and final product quality.
The Vironova offering comprises:
- Cost effective, fast Electron Microscopy (EM) services enabled by the in-house developed Vironova Analyzing Software (VAS) for semi-automated nanoparticle analysis.
- Viral clearance testing performed in GLP and BSLIII
- Certified laboratories
- MiniTEM™, a bench-top Transmission Electron Microscope system designed for automated nanoparticle characterization. High-resolution images reveal particle morphologies that are transformed into accurate metrics.
In gene therapy manufacturing, evaluating viral vector stability and integrity is critical in process development prior to production scale up. Process changes can affect critical quality attributes and as a result any process changes need to be carefully evaluated to ... Continued
Introduction In Gene Therapy, viral vector stability and integrity must be carefully investigated before scaling up production. Specific process steps can be evaluated to understand what impact they have on viral particle integrity. Viral particle characterization is vital during process development, ... Continued
Guest Blog By: Vironova AB, Stockholm, Sweden MiniTEM a compact transmission electron microscope innovation by Vironova, simplifies analytical testing of virus particles through automation. This not only saves time but also improves the robustness and reliability of the results by reducing ... Continued
Direct vs. indirect methods for characterization and analysis of subvisible particles – A comparative study
A Guest Blog By: Gustaf Kylberg, Rickard Nordström and Ida-Maria Sintorn Vironova AB, Stockholm, Sweden Characterization and analysis of subvisible particles of biological origin can be challenging or give insufficient information. In this study Adeno associated virus (AAV) particles contaminated by ... Continued