About Mystro BioProcess Data Manager
One Hill Solutions’ Mystro BioProcess Data Manager is the first-ever end-to-end data management system designed with the upstream and downstream bioprocess professional in mind. Mystro networks all common bioreactor, analyzer and analytical systems, collecting and synchronizing data from these systems automatically. Process data is available for viewing instantly in real-time and for analysis, sharing and reporting.
Typical bioprocess labs contain different bioreactor types and sizes from different manufacturers, as well as different at-line analyzers. Each system has its own control software and each system generates vital data on process parameters of interest, but collecting and coordinating data from each system is essential. To analyze and draw conclusions from this continuous stream of data, bioprocess professionals must manually collect data from these instruments, often using portable storage devices, to consolidate data onto a single computer. Once consolidated, this data must be synchronized before relevant analyses can be performed; a tedious, time-consuming and error prone ritual that is out of step with modern data practices.
For the first time, through the Mystro BioProcess Data Manager, this manual data consolidation step is automated: Bioreactors stream continuous data and analyzers report discrete transactional data directly to Mystro, which then provides the process development professional with numerous utilities used to monitor, analyze and report on process experiments. Raw process data, analyzer data, comments and observations, process variances and generated reports are all securely and permanently archived for future use.
For Operations, Regulatory and Business Development
All biotech companies need to consider the importance of source data when contemplating partnering, M&A, out-licensing or financing initiatives. Similarly, regulatory filings need reliable data supporting upstream process development activities.
The Mystro BioProcess Data Manager, when engaged at the outset of a program automatically creates a comprehensive archive of every batch and the status of each monitored process parameter throughout the entire batch run, run after run. Every analyzer sample is synchronized via batch ID, every parameter variance is recorded, every comment or observation made by operators is captured and associated with the batch in question and the time at which the observation is made.
When due diligence requires analysis of primary data, any and all batch information is instantly recalled and viewed, and a report generated, by date, batch ID or other means.