By Gregory Krueger, Kevin Epting, Priyanka Gupta, and Roger Alsop, Sartorius Stedim Biotech
Sartobind Pico and Sartobind Nano are laboratory-scale membranes, and their small size and high throughput make them perfect for use on automated chromatography systems.
By Gregg A. Larson, Product Manager, Single-Use, Parker domnick hunter Process Filtration
Testing of single-use bioprocessing products is performed to mitigate risk for customers by validating that products will perform as intended and by reducing the possibility they will damage or contaminate the biological materials processed through them.
By Dr. Hans-Walter Motzkus and Joe Gecsey, Beckman Coulter Life Sciences
Just like mobile phones, handheld particle counters were originally quite large and heavy instruments that were not really very convenient to use, and due to their short battery life they would run out of power at the most inconvenient moments. However, things have changed, and happily, we now have a great choice of many lightweight instruments with a wide range of features.
By Brian Kohr, President and CEO, CSafe
Global sourcing is a ‘business-essential’ that continues to be of increasing importance to life sciences companies. As manufacturers adapt to changing market conditions, consolidate their operations, and focus thought leadership to work as one company across borders, continents, and markets, the drive to make cost and efficiency savings becomes ever more demanding.
By Paul Held, Ph. D., Bridget Bishop, and Peter Banks, Ph.D., BioTek Instruments, Inc.
Fluorescence microscopy has traditionally been performed on microscope slides, but there is a growing trend toward the use of 96- and 384-well microplates as this allows greater number of samples to be easily processed and automated.