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Cell Culture Technology

The submerged cultivation of human, animal and plant cells for research or production purposes is still a fine art: most cell cultures are sensitive to mechanical forces and require special nutrients and O2/CO2 concentrations. Due to the low cell division rates, the risk of contamination is always an issue. Special microtiter plates, bioreactors and sensors are only a few of the special cell culture products available.

Companies Cell Cultures

Takara Bio Europe S.A.S., France

Takara Bio Europe and Clontech Laboratories are members of the Takara Bio Group, a leading supplier of tools for life scientists worldwide. Through our brand names Takara® and Clontech® we develop innovative technologies in the fields of Cell Biology, Molecular Biology and Proteomics. Takara Bio h more

Hamilton Germany GmbH, Germany

HAMILTON Robotics designs and manufactures fully automated robotic systems. The products range from unique, custom laboratory automation solutions (Turnkey Solutions) on standard applications validated through partnership programs with renowned biotechnology companies as well as OEM solutions to the more

Sartorius AG, Germany

The Sartorius Group is a leading international laboratory and process technology provider covering the segments of biotechnology and mechatronics. Founded in 1870, the Goettingen-based company currently employs more than 4,500 persons. The major areas of activity in its biotechnology segment focu more

Products Cell Cultures

Efficient & Inexpensive Microscope for Checking Cell Cultures

Merging novel phase contrast technologies, high quality imaging and user-friendly handling, the CKX53 microscope is optimised to enhance a variety of cell culture applications more

MolYsis™: Selective isolation of bacterial and fungal DNA from host material

New: Molzym’s MolYsis™ kits allow now for selective enrichment and isolation of bacterial and fungal DNA from 0.2-10 ml liquid samples more

News Cell Cultures

  • Brain tissue from a petri dish

    The most complex organ in humans is the brain. Due to its complexity and, of course, for ethical reasons, it is extremely difficult to do scientific experiments on it – ones that could help us to understand neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s, for example. Scientists at the Luxembourg Centre more

  • Rescue protein gives doomed cells a stay of 'execution'

    A research team led by St. Jude Children's Research Hospital immunologists has discovered how a set of proteins delays the "executioner" machinery that kills damaged or infected cells in a process called necroptosis. The scientists believe the finding may have wide clinical implications if researche more

  • Adipose analysis on microfluidic chips

    A Freiburg-based research group has developed a microfluidic chip where more than one hundred apidose-derived adult stem cell cultures can grow and divide. In the human body, adipose tissue acts as a primary energy store. Adult stem cells have the task of maintaining and regenerating this process. T more

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Events Cell Cultures

Course
19-10 – 20-10
2017
Namur, BE

Cell culture basics

Target group: Technical and scientific staff with no or little experience in cell culture Objective of seminar: Participants learn the basics of eukaryotic cell culture and how to apply aseptic techniques to avoid contamination. Content of seminar: Cell culture in theory and practice. The cultivat

Webinar
On-Demand

The Advantages of Single-Use Vessels in Bioprocessing

Bioprocessing is the study of living organisms used within the manufacturing process, such as the production of biofuels and pharmaceuticals. This webinar will discuss the role of single-use technology across a wide variety of processes, including shear sensitive cell cultures, robust microbial appl

Definition

European Collection of Cell Cultures

European Collection of Cell Cultures The European Collection of Cell Cultures houses and supplies cell line s. It is a commercial venture of the Health Protection Agency . The collection is held in Porton Down . External links *Official home page more

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