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Single-Use Avoids a Midlife Crisis
Single-Use Technology Is Consolidating Its Gains and Finding New Ways of Fitting In
- In its youth, before it joined the grown-up bioprocessing world, single-use technology was preoccupied with showing what it was made of—plastic—while defying conventions set by glass and stainless-steel systems. Now single-use technology is reaching middle age, and it is less interested in testing its strength and shaking up the ...
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