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    • Single-Use Bioreactor
    • Pall Life Sciences
    • 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
    • Single-Use Mini Bioreactor
    • Eppendorf
    • 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
    • Microbioreactor Analysis Module
    • TAP Biosystems
    • 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
    • Autoclavable Glass Bioreactor
    • Finesse
    • 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
    • Bag Tester for Single-Use Bioreactors
    • Sartorius Stedim Biotech
    • 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
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