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The Cell Growth Quantifier (CGQ) is a process analytical technology (PAT) designed for the non-invasive biomass measurement in shake flasks and bioreactors. This sensor-based technology creates growth curves in real-time without any manual sampling. The CGQ generates data in high quality without data gaps during the night when nobody is working. Backscattered light measurements even allow for high-cell density fermentations up to OD600 = 300, thus the user gets a profound bioprocess understanding. The CGQ is being used successfully for many bacteria, yeast, filamentous fungi, archaea and phototrophic organisms. Due to its non-invasive measurement, the device doesn't need to be cleaned nor sterilized and eliminates the risk of contamination for both user and culture. The CGQ can monitor up to 64 vessels in parallel allowing for e.g. high-throughput screenings and is compatible with all shake flasks, shakers and bioreactors.
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The Liquid Injection System (LIS) is the first easy to use technology for automated feeding of liquids in shake flasks. It consists of three components: a sterile single-use cartridge, the Drive and the LIS Software. Fill the cartridge with up to 25 ml of any type of liquid, define your fee ... more
The Cell Growth Quantifier (CGQ) is a process analytical technology (PAT) designed for the non-invasive biomass measurement in shake flasks and bioreactors. This sensor-based technology creates growth curves in real-time without any manual sampling. The CGQ generates data in high quality wi ... more
aquila biolabs is a German technology start-up focusing on the development of innovative laboratory devices for the analysis of shake-flask fermentations. The company was founded in 2014 in Aachen and received the EXIST scholarship worth more than EUR 100.000 from the German Federal Ministr ... more