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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 Culture

Takara Bio Europe S.A.S., France

Takara Bio Europe is a wholly owned subsidiary of Takara Bio Inc., who develops, manufactures, and distributes a wide range of life science reagents under the Takara™, Clontech®, and Cellartis® brands. Key products include SMART cDNA synthesis kits for a variety of samples and applications, includ 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

GENEWIZ Germany GmbH, Germany

As a global leader in R&D genomics services, GENEWIZ leads the way in providing superior data quality with unparalleled technical support to enable researchers around the world to advance their scientific discoveries faster than ever before. Our customers at top-tier pharmaceutical, biotechnology, more

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Products Cell Culture

fluidlab R-300 | Cell Counter & Spectrometer

Automated Cell Count ✓ Staining Free Viability Measurements ✓ Extinction & Kinetics (375-700 nm) ✓ more

Next-generation cleanroom confidence for cell therapy research and manufacturing

Active particle control system – Certified compatible with ISO Class 5 and GMP Grade A/B ✓ High performance – Active airflow technology, in-chamber HEPA filtration and high heat sterilization ✓ Enhanced cleaning compatibility - IP54 compliant and STERIS compatible ✓ more

Get Your Culture to Thrive

Consistent cell culture pH is critical to the reliability and reproducibility of your experiments. Any irregularities could lead to repeat analysis, and loss of critical laboratory time. more

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News Cell Culture

  • Immune Cells Forget (Cell) Culture Shock

    A recent study shows that certain immune cells can restore their normal functions when introduced back into the body, even after being multiplied in the laboratory to large numbers – the results pave the way to new cell therapies. Macrophages are immune cells crucial for immune response, tissue repa more

  • Coffee from lab?

    VTT has successfully produced coffee cells in a bioreactor through cellular agriculture. The innovation can help to make the production of coffee more sustainable. The first batches produced by VTT in a laboratory in Finland smell and taste like conventional coffee.  With increasing demand and numer more

  • Sartorius acquires cell culture specialist Xell AG

    Sartorius, through its subgroup Sartorius Stedim Biotech, acquired cell culture specialist Xell AG headquartered in Bielefeld, Germany. Xell AG develops, produces, and markets media and feed supplements for cell cultures, especially for manufacturing viral vectors that are used in gene therapeutics more

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Webinars Cell Culture

  • Bioprocess Automation for PAT with BioProfile FLEX2 plus Seg-Flow

    Looking for online automation solutions to sample and analyse bench-scale bioreactor cultures? In this webseminar you will learn more about an automation solution integrating Nova Biomedical’s BioProfile FLEX2 analyzer with Flownamics Seg-Flow online autosampler, enabling completely automated online more


Cell culture

Cell culture s in culture, stain ed for keratin (red) and DNA (green) Cell culture is the process by which prokaryotic , eukaryotic or plant cell s are grown under controlled conditions. In practice the term "cell culture" has come to refer ... more


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