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EMD Millipore

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Microbial Air Samplers

EMD Millipore

The MAS-100 Iso MH ® air sampler is fully validated and contains a double valve, which integrates the sampling head into the decontamination process of the isolator. For added safety, electronic and moving parts remain outside the critic...

2,000 L Single-Use Bioreactor

EMD Millipore

The Mobius® 2000 liter single-use bioreactor incorporates design features that enable users to easily optimize their upstream process such as configurable software, hardware, and single-use Flexware® assemblies for suspension and...

CHO Cell Culture Media Platform

EMD Millipore

The Cellvento™ CHO platform of cell culture media and companion feed formulations for batch, fed-batch, and perfusion applications is now available in liquid and powder form. The chemically defined, non-animal-origin media delivers cel...

Chromatin-Associated RNA Analysis Kits

EMD Millipore

Magna ChIRP™ RNA Interactome Kits allow researchers to identify, recover, and analyze regions of chromatin that interact with chromatin-associated RNAs such as long non-coding RNA (lncRNA). The multiprobe-based capture strategy uses cr...

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