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Industry Voices: Biosimilars and Trade Secrets

Trade secrets may potentially be used to protect manufacturing processes for biological drugs--yet there is concern that the new law on biosimilars, the BPCIA (Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009), and the accompanying FDA regulations, may expose trade secrets of both originators and biosimilar applicants.
Trade secrets may potentially be used to protect manufacturing processes for biological drugs--yet there is concern that the new law on biosimilars, the BPCIA (Biologics Price Competition and Innovation Act of 2009), and the accompanying FDA regulations, may expose trade secrets of both originators and biosimilar applicants.

Manufacturing processes for biologics include many aspects that could be kept as trade secrets, including precise cell growth conditions, analytical processes, purification process and even characteristics of the cells that produce the drug.

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Source: FierceBiotech
 
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