Most therapeutic proteins have the potential to induce an immune response. Cases of pure red cell aplasia (PRCA) were reported after the formulation of Eprex (epoetin alfa) was changed. It is now known that ‘the process is the product’ and the formulation cannot be changed without approval by the relevant authorities.
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