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Eppendorf - We Know Bioprocessing White Papers

Eppendorf - We Know Bioprocessing

Truly Parallel - Microbiology DASGIP® Bioreactor Systems for Microbiology.
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Truly Parallel - Cell Culture DASGIP® Bioreactor Systems for Cell Culture Applications.
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Product Brochure: Most Compact DASbox® Mini Bioreactor System for Cell Culture and Microbiology.
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Product Brochure: The Smarter Solution BioFlo® 320 bioprocess control station.
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Evaluation of the BioFlo® 320 Process Capabilities This poster characterizes the capabilities of the BioFlo320 in terms of key process parameters including oxygen transfer rate (OTR), volumetric mass transfer coecient (kLa), tip speed, mixing time, and water consumption. These data enable quantitative analyses of bioprocess engineering parameters, thus allowing potential users to gain insight into the system’s cell culture and fermentation capabilities.
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Taking the Strain Today, the rapidly expanding demand for vaccine products for viral diseases such as rabies has necessitated the development of more sophisticated production techniques based around cell culture systems. This article reviews vaccine production strategies, with a focus on rabies, looking specifically at the use of the Vero cell line - used worldwide and approved by the US Food and Drug Administration - as well as media technology and the bioreactor options available.
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Growing Potential: mAb Production With Fibra-Cel The market for monoclonal antibodies continues to grow steadily, but there are still bottlenecks in the development of new products, including long development times mostly due to R&D. Advanced bioprocess equipment that meets the specific demands of mAb-producing hybridoma can accelerate design and production, and reduce overall development costs along the way.
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DoE Bioprocess Development Eppendorf DASware is the effective route to design of experiments (DoE) in early-stage bioprocess development. Claudia M Huether-Franken and Sebastian Kleebank explain how the design software applies DoE to DASGIP parallel bioreactor systems.
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Product Brochure: Bacteria Welcome BioBLU® f – Single-use vessels that meet microbial demands.
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Product Brochure: Extra Versatile New Brunswick’s BioFlo®/CelliGen® 115 Autoclavable Fermentor and Bioreactor handles a wide variety of cells to meet your every need.
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Product Brochure: When Less is More New Brunswick’s CelliGen® BLU Single-Use Bioreactor System.
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Product Brochure: Benchtop Convenience New Brunswick™ BioFlo® 415 SIP fermentation systems.
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Product Brochure: Customizable Control New Brunswick™ BioFlo® 510 benchtop SIP fermentation systems.
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Product Brochure: Compact Mobility New Brunswick™ BioFlo® 610 mobile SIP fermentation systems.
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Product Brochure: Scale-Up Seamlessly New Brunswick™ BioFlo® Pro pilot to production SIP fermentation systems.
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Seamless New Brunswick™ BioCommand® Software for Fermentation & Cell Culture
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Open Interface DASware® migrate: Manage your bioprocess data with DASGIP®.
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Dependable Design New Brunswick™ CelliGen® Pro pilot to production SIP bioreactor systems.
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System Flexibility New Brunswick™ CelliGen® 510 benchtop SIP bioreactor systems.
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Controlled Cultivation of Stem Cells – Factors to Consider When Thinking of Scale-Up Great hopes and expectations are linked to stem cells as a tool for drug discovery and to stem cell-derived products in therapeutic applications. Though several products have made it to commercial stage, most of the research is still performed in small scales using simple cultivation systems such as spinner flasks or T-flasks.
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