The Capacity for Bigger Breakthroughs
Since 1998, Aldevron has been providing our partners with the solutions to advance discoveries. We have made intentional and deliberate choices in expanding our CDMO footprint with purpose-built construction and highly-designed renovation to serve our clients wherever they are in their development – whether at the start of their research or preparing for the clinic.
Our collective and unmatched industry experience helped guide the creation of our manufacturing facilities to be unlike anything seen before in biotechnology.
Fargo, North Dakota
Aldevron’s Breakthrough Campus serves as HQ and as one of the world’s largest cGMP plasmid DNA manufacturing facilities. Breakthrough has been purpose built with the latest innovations and state-of-the-art equipment to produce DNA, mRNA and protein. This manufacturing facility was visited by the Center for Biologics Evaluation & Research (CBER) in November 2021. CBER conducted a Pre-License Inspection (PLI) and a general GMP audit of Aldevron, LLC. No Form FDA 483 was issued, and the inspection was classified as no action indicated (NAI).
Fargo, North Dakota
Aldevron's Advance campus is home to three separate facilities, anchored by our 45,000-square-foot manufacturing building. The entire campus is fully integrated to support R&D, process development and the manufacture of plasmid DNA and mRNA for early-stage research purposes. Aldevron is able to serve our clients at any phase of their research -- but the right start is vital to success, enabling ideas to go from concept to commercial.
Aldevron’s Innovate Campus, located in the University of Wisconsin’s Research and Technology Park in Madison WI, provides custom process development, manufacture, and testing of recombinant proteins and enzymes supporting research, diagnostic and pre-clinical applications. Our capabilities range from parallel screening through process development optimization, to scale-up manufacturing. The campus has been fully renovated and expanded to include the addition of a future-focused innovation lab and new production space.
In July 2021, our Madison site became ISO 13485 certified.
Aldevron’s Impact Campus, located in the University of Nebraska Technology Park in Lincoln, was added to the roster early in 2022. The focus of our Impact campus is to develop innovative and proprietary plasmid technologies used for cell and gene therapies.
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