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Cell cultivation in closed systems

One of today's major cell culturing challenges is to grow cells with the same properties as natural cells in a stable and repeatable production process. Cultivation using open systems has a higher risk of producing unusable cells and may result in a less efficient production process. The reasons are clear: Each time the medium must be refilled or the cells harvested, the system must be opened. This may lead to contamination and uncontrolled production conditions. 

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Increased efficiency

To enhance cell culturing efficiency, in biotechnology increasingly membranes are used as both an attached growth matrix and semipermeable barrier to separate cells from their nutrient supply.

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2014-04 Analytica

Cellab® Bioreactor System presentation at ANALYTICA

Munich, April 1-4, 2014

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