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Finesse

Upstream Cell Culture and Fermentation Controllers

G3Lab Universal™ SmartControllers are designed to not only work with stirred-tank glass vessels from most major manufacturers, but also stirred-tank single-use vessels and rockers. They offer single-use sensors for pH and dissolved oxygen as well a

Sartorius Stedim Biotech

Bag Tester for Single-Use Bioreactors

The Sartocheck 4 plus bag tester uses the pressure-drop technology to allow pre-use testing of single-use bioreactors, including tubing. The bag tester is capable of detecting leaks that might have been caused by operator handling errors upon insta

Terracon

Nonmetallic Media Slurry Tank

A nonmetallic, cone-bottomed media slurry tank is available for process-scale chromatography and other biotech applications. It is made of plastic—translucent polyethylene or polypropylene—to reduce the oxidization and pitting often seen with stain

Finesse

Rocker Platform for Upstream Cell Culture

The SmartRocker/SmartBag platform is designed for R&D and cGMP scale-up of cell growth processes. SmartBag, a bioprocess container, can be retrofitted for use with most rocker platform trays, or it may be used with the SmartRocker. The SmartRoc

Corning Life Sciences

Coated Microcarriers for Bioprocess Scaleup

Microcarriers for large-scale vaccine and cell therapy manufacturing are now available. They are offered with various surface treatments and coatings that can enhance cell attachment. Low-concentration Synthemax II microcarriers are available for m

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