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The route is direct, with few steps needed to reach the target compound. 2. It is also convergent (two moieties can be assembled in parallel, then joined near or at the target compound), thus offering shorter synthesis cycles and higher yields. 3. If chirality is sought, it appears attainable through enantioselective methods. 4. Once chirality is obtained, the route preserved it. 5. Minimal need for blocking=deblocking. 6. Absence of highly hazardous materials, reactions, or intermediates. 7. , green chemistry).
B. Definition and achievement of the desired physicochemical attributes of the bulk drug as needed by the dosage form development—the bulk drug definition task. c. Acquisition and organization of a body of knowledge that describes a sound process for regulatory submissions and technology transfer to first manufacture at scale—the body of knowledge task. However, these tasks cannot be directed to successful and timely completion unless viewed and managed as a veritable trinity, their differing demands and instantaneous urgencies notwithstanding.
Bench development by microbiologists and engineers, however, is indeed rich with possibilities. To wit: For microbial or plant cell fermentations: 1. elucidation of the pathway to the secondary metabolite; 2. nutrient, precursors, and optimization of fermentation cycle conditions (from the above results); 3. strain and cell line improvements with respect to productivity and robustness in fermentation; 4. data gathering to support scale-up to stirred tanks at all pilot plant scales; 5. definition of the downstream process candidate for recovery, concentration, purification, and isolation of the target product from the fermentation.