Stainless Steel Vial Filling System Developed For Use In Vaccine Facilities
TAP Biosystems (now part of the Sartorius Stedim Biotech Group), a leading supplier of innovative cell culture and fermentation systems for life science applications, recently announced the development of a stainless steel version of the fill-it system, designed for safely dispensing biohazardous materials such as vaccine stocks.
WHITE PAPERS & CASE STUDIES
Successfully Grow High Density Microalgae Culture: Take Advantage Of The Growing Market
The number of bioprocess applications for microalgae has increased in recent years, particularly in the fi eld of biofuel production. The combination of the New Brunswick CelliGen 310 stirred-tank bioreactor and the DASGIP LED Illumination System creates a bioreactor setup which is capable of supporting high density microalgal growth.
Fed-Batch Biofuel Production Process In A Stirred-Tank Fermentor
The BioFlo 115 features a versatile and easy-to-use control station with color touchscreen monitor and builtin capability to operate in either fermentation or cellculture mode.
High Density Hybridoma Cell Culture In A Packed-Bed Bioreactor
Packed-bed bioreactor cell culture is generally accepted as one of the best methods to simulate the conditions of animal cell growth in vivo since cells are maintained in a low-shear environment with constant refreshment of nutrients and removal of waste. By Ray Rose, Stacey Willard, and Ma Sha
Anaerobic Yeast Fermentation Using Redox Control
Metabolic activity of microorganisms depends on many factors, including oxidation and reduction reactions, or the “redox potential” of the culture environment.
An Environmental Life Cycle Assessment Comparison Of Single-Use And Conventional Bioprocessing Technology
Biopharmaceutical development and manufacturing demand scalable processes that can be smoothly transferred to production. These processes need to be quickly developed and easy to implement.
Parallel Cultivation Of E. coli In Single-Use Bioreactors
Single-use bioreactor solutions have been successfully established in animal and human cell culture in the last years. Now this technology is going to make its way for microbial applications. During the following case study reproducible process control was achieved with single-use mini bioreactors running in parallel.