By William Whitford, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Anchorage-dependent cell cultivation formats include many "2D" planar approaches such as roller bottles and multiple- or stacked-surface-based systems of many types (including taunt gas-permeable films and so-called "hyper" technology). Some of these systems even automate many operations and control such traditional culture parameters as dO2, dCO2, and pH.
By Stephen E. Szabo Ph.D., Manager Applications Development, Beckman Coulter, Inc.
Yeast are single cell microorganisms that reproduce by budding. A well-known property of yeast is that they are responsible for the conversion of fermentable sugars into alcohol and other byproducts.
By Vishwas Pethe, Tony Paganelli, Sergey Terentiev, Alex Terentiev, and Richard Bhella
Switching to single-use systems (bags and hardware) can have financial and performance benefits. However, one of the critical challenges for complete acceptance of single-use systems is assurance of bag integrity, which in turn means assurance of product sterility and operator safety.
By Mark Mohr, CSafe Global
Ensuring that your shipment stays at the required constant temperature throughout the delivery chain requires the right packaging and handling, as the cost of losing an entire shipment of product to spoilage and the associated damage to your business could be disastrous.
Q&A With John Boehm, Business Unit Manager, Bioprocessing, Colder Products Company
When dealing with high-value products in your downstream processes, the last thing you want is for your media to end up on the plant floor.