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In Silico Modeling for Vaccine Processing

A report in Trends in Biotechnology, on the potential for “mechanistically oriented in silico processes” in vaccine development, supports the idea that, whenever possible, developers can save time and cost by running virtual experiments on their computers.

In this paper lead author Christos Varsakelis, PhD, a scientist at Janssen Pharmaceutical, describes fluid mechanics, thermodynamics and transport phenomena, intracellular modeling, hybrid modeling and data science, and model-based design of experiments as “pivotal competences.”

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