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    • Growth Media for Bacterial Culture
    • BioSilta
    • EnPresso® B, a set of reagent-based growth systems for bacterial cultures, is designed to increase protein yields and improve the functionality of recombinant proteins. The products in the set are EnPresso B, EnPresso B Animal-free, and EnPres
    • Rocker Platform for Upstream Cell Culture
    • Finesse
    • 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
    • Chemically Defined Cell Culture Medium
    • EMD Millipore
    • Cellvento™ CHO-200 medium and complementary feeds are designed for fed-batch processes using CHO-S cell types expressing monoclonal antibodies. The formulation is meant to support high cell density growth and extended culture duration as well as lo
    • Agar and Membrane Transfer System
    • Sartorius Stedim Biotech
    • Microsart @media, agar media dishes for microbial limits testing, are prepared to satisfy U.S. Pharmacopeia (Chapter ) and European Pharmacopeia (Chapter 2.6.12) requirements. They are prefilled with various agar media types, such as tryptic soy ag
    • ES/iPS Medium
    • EMD Millipore
    • PluriSTEM™ human ES/iPS medium is used for the expansion of human embryonic stem (ES) cells and induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells in feeder- and serum-free conditions. The formulation includes Activin-A, TGFβ1, and b-FGF to promote stem cell sel
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