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As single-use technology has become more established in biopharmaceutical manufacturing, it has been applied to more and more complex unit operations involving higher value products. This has driven the need for greater process control and the use of single-use automation has grown. But why has automation not been more widely adopted in single-use processes and what benefits can be realized?

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"Single-use system implementation and single-use automation should be viewed jointly, with automation taking the advantaged gained by single-use to a higher level"
Guy Matthews, division marketing manager
Parker Bioscience Filtration, United Kingdom