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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

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

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

News Cell Cultures

  • 3D 'organ on a chip' could accelerate search for new disease treatments

    Researchers have developed a three-dimensional 'organ on a chip' which enables real-time continuous monitoring of cells, and could be used to develop new treatments for disease while reducing the number of animals used in research. The device, which incorporates cells inside a 3D transistor made fro more

  • Gene therapy for mitochondrial diseases

    Mitochondrial disease is now thought to be the second most commonly diagnosed genetic disease worldwide, and, unfortunately, there are still no proven treatment strategies for those diagnosed. Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Ageing in Cologne were involved in collaborations t more

  • Therapeutic Antibodies Show Variations

    Differences in production methods for therapeutic antibodies can lead to variations in their structure, depending on the recombinant procedure selected. The distinctions, which are based on a number of glycosylations, even impact antibodies’ stability. This was the result of a high-precision compari more

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White papers Cell Cultures

  • FuGENE® HD Transfection Reagent Provides High Transfection Efficiency in the Murine NB2a Cell Line

    Cell transfection is a method of gene delivery that introduces foreign DNA into a cell. It is one of the most important approaches in modern genetic and proteomic research. With intriguing properties, transfection of primary cells is required for tis more

  • HelpCorner - Transfection

    Transfection is the delivery of DNA, RNA, proteins, and macromelecules into eukaryotic cells. The goals for transfection include the study of gene function and regulation as well as protein expression and function. It is also used for gene silencing more

  • HelpCorner - xCELLigence System

    Automated monitoring and data collection contribute to significant time savings when using the xCELLigence System, with only a few minutes of extra setup time. For example, in a 96-well plate, 32 different conditions can be tested in triplicate; the more

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Events Cell Cultures

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Everyday culture practice – Improving reproducibility in cell culture

Eukaryotic cell cultures respond to the smallest of influences. Apart from the risk of contamination, minimal changes in cultivation parameters can affect the viability, growth and metabolism of the cells. In this educational webinar we will discuss Mycoplasma test methods, the effects of passage nu

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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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