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October 15, 2006 (Vol. 26, No. 18)

Get Quality and Quantity in Your Process

Helping Biologists Turn Ideas into Productive Cell Lines

  • Because it covers such a broad end-use range from single-cell assays through mega-processing, one could say that as cell culture goes, so goes biotechnology. Among the emerging, perennial trends in cell culture are automation, disposable systems, the ongoing evolution of cell culture media, and increased interest in cell culture ...

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