EM services and products

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Automated integrity analysis

This study highlights the possibility of automated viral integrity measurements of Adeno-associated virus (AAV) and Adenovirus particles and underscores the importance of these measurements being performed in on-grid areas with appropriate stain quality.

Automated purity analysis of two different Adenovirus samples using MiniTEM™

A metric for sample purity based on the ratio of the total area of debris to that of intact Adenovirus particles is presented in this study.

A comparative study of MiniTEM versus DLS and NTA

AAV particles contaminated by host cell proteasomes are analysed with direct vs indirect methods performed in a standard laboratory setting to reveal the difference in performance and quality of the information obtained.


On demand webinars

Automated integrity analysis of AAV and Adenovirus particles using MiniTEM

In this webinar a case study is presented how the integrity of Adeno-associated virus (AAV) and Adenovirus particles can be measured automatically.

Overcoming sub-visible particle characterization challenges in biomanufacturing

Acquire information, avoid pitfalls associated with indirect methods in order to obtain insights that can speed up biopharmaceutical development and meet the FDA requirements.

Objective characterization data on drug and gene delivery platforms

Dr. Josefina Nilsson presents how EM imaging together with VAS analysis can provide objective characterization data of liposomal drug carriers and viral vectors in a time and cost efficient way.


Viral clearance

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Vironova Biosafety services

Vironova Biosafety is a contract research organization (CRO), specialized in performing viral clearance studies on biologics. Services include viral clearance GLP studies, non-GLP-studies, consultation and virus and cell production.

Vironova Biosafety consultancy services

Additional services, e.g.compilation of viral risk assessment reports.

Statement of GLP compliance

A renewed GLP certificate was issued in November 2015 after full inspection by the Swedish regulatory authority, Swedac. Our facilities were found to be in compliance with GLP, with no remarks.