Bioprocessing covers a wide range of cell types, from viruses to complete animals, as well as products that are native to the organism (and include the organism itself as a subset) and those that are introduced by recombinant DNA technology. The production of a value-added item from a live source is generally characterized as bioprocessing. The source organism must be alive and reacting to its surroundings in order for the system to work. Preparation, manufacturing, and purification are the three stages that bioprocesses go through. In bioprocessing, process development that takes into consideration the realities of production scale are critical. To study the choices for each bioprocess phase, bioprocess design may necessitate a large number of trials.