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October 15, 2007 (Vol. 27, No. 18)

Overcoming Size Concerns in Cell Culture

Vaccine Production and Stem Cells Are Examples of Successful Smaller Systems

  • Mention industrial cell culture and most people think of mega-processes of tens of thousands of liters. In fact rising protein titers are causing new processes to shrink somewhat. In addition, emerging applications in the culture of stem cells, primary cells, and specialized cells for basic research are helping to ...

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