Biopharmaceutical proteins are characterized and optimized for stability throughout development. Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) is a key biophysical assay used to rank order thermal stability. This white paper discusses how DSC is used to select the most stable biopharmaceutical candidate to move into development. Choosing the most stable candidate results in cost-effective drug production, and final drug products that are stable during storage.

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