Speed-to-clinic and then speed-to-market are highly significant metrics for companies developing biopharmaceuticals. In the article “Analytical tools to improve decision-making during antibody-drug-conjugate development” Dr Nick Hutchinson describes why it would be a mistake to underestimate the Continue Reading
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Since its foundation in 2003, Orla Protein Technologies has built a solid reputation in the Life Sciences Industry through cutting-edge research and a commitment to innovation. We focus upon recombinant protein design, engineering and manufacture particularly for surface applications.
We provide technology, products and bespoke contract services and are continually seeking new partnerships and collaborations. Our patented protein engineering platform, OrlaSURF, can be readily transferred, and is used commercially in a diverse range of Life Science applications such as bioanalytical devices, cell culture, bioseparations, and assay development. We enable improved performance, efficient manufacture, reproducibility, reliability, and ultimately, superior products. Read more
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Article featured in BioProcess International. Next generation drug products bring new challenges for analytics and biomanufacture. Tools available for well-established processes are not optimal for next-generation drug products including non-antibody protein drugs, biosimilars and antibody Continue Reading
Publication reveals further insight into bacterial outer membrane biochemistry Bacterial outer membrane proteins are inherent to the OrlaSURF protein engineering platform that is finding commercial application in cell culture, diagnostics, analytical biosensors, and bioprocessing. Meanwhile, Continue Reading
Orla surfaces have been used to promote myoblast cell differentiation in a study led by Prof Michelle Peckham of University of Leeds. Orla’s surfaces outperformed traditionally used gelatin coated glass coverslips in fusion and differentiation Continue Reading
OrlaExplorer plates allow researchers to discover the best growth surface for their cells and then use that exact same surface reliably over a wide range of formats such as well plates, flasks and micro-carrier beads.