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Pall Life Sciences

Single-Use Bioreactor

The XRS 20 bioreactor system is a bioreactor with agitation properties that incorporates a single-use Allegro™ 3D biocontainer. This “rocker” bioreactor, designed for the cultivation of mammalian cells in suspension culture, is suitable for applica

Eppendorf

Single-Use Mini Bioreactor

The BioBLU 0.3f is designed for the cultivation of animal and human cells. Both the BioBLU 0.3c and BioBLU 0.3f are specifically designed for use with the compact DASbox® mini-bioreactor system. The DASbox system is a system for parallel opera

TAP Biosystems

Microbioreactor Analysis Module

An analysis module for the ambr™ microbioreactor system is now available, providing automated pH calibration for enhanced bioprocess control. The module can automate at-line pH measurement and calibration to produce scalable results by enabling fee

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

Finesse

Autoclavable Glass Bioreactor

SmartGlass™ autoclavable 3L glass bioreactors for upstream cell culture and fermentation are designed to improve yield in both R&D and cGMP applications. They are also designed for ease of handling with regard to assembly/disassembly for cleani

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