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Meeting The Challenges With Complex Biomolecules In Modern Vaccinology
Meeting The Challenges With Complex Biomolecules In Modern Vaccinology

Vaccine development and manufacture is one of the most challenging tasks within biopharmaceuticals today.

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CULTURE DEVELOPMENT WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Wireless Dose-Compliance Monitoring In Drug-Delivery Devices
    Wireless Dose-Compliance Monitoring In Drug-Delivery Devices

    Incorporating wireless technology into medical devices is about more than just keeping up with the hottest technology trends; the benefits are real and significant, especially with regard to monitoring and encouraging dose compliance in the pharmaceutical and medical realm. Prior to embarking on the development of a wireless-enabled drug-delivery device, however, it is crucial to know what, specifically, the benefits are, and exactly what kinds of challenges and design considerations must be taken into account.

  • Optimizing Methods In Microtissue Cultivation
    Optimizing Methods In Microtissue Cultivation

    Cells grown in standard suspension or monolayer culture lose many features that are characteristic of cells in tissues and limit their use to study certain aspects of cell biology.

  • The Client Experience—Key to a CDMO’s Success
    The Client Experience—Key to a CDMO’s Success

    In the dynamic contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) industry, client-focused businesses succeed in retaining and growing our client base by delivering on project objectives and satisfying a client’s expectations.

  • Adaption Of The BioLector Technology To Anaerobic Requirements
    Adaption Of The BioLector Technology To Anaerobic Requirements

    Biorefineries have reignited interest in anaerobic fermentations with biobutanol production being the principle driver. Already during the First World War Biobutanol and acetone were produced in Clostridium acetobutylicum.

  • Batch Culture Of CHO Cells In The Multifors Cell
    Batch Culture Of CHO Cells In The Multifors Cell

    The Multifors Cell can be used to easily optimise development processes by parallel cultivation of animal cell cultures. Cultivation of the CHO (Chinese hamster ovary) cell line in the Multifors Cell bioreactor (INFORS HT, CH-Bottmingen) is described in the following as an example of batch cultivation of parallel samples.

  • Live Cell Imaging Of GPCR Dependent Second-Messenger Systems
    Live Cell Imaging Of GPCR Dependent Second-Messenger Systems

    A significant proportion of academic and drug discovery research is devoted towards the elucidation of second messenger signaling cascades resulting from interactions between G-protein coupled receptors (GPCR) and their ligands. By Paul Held Ph. D. and Peter Banks, Ph. D., BioTek Instruments, Inc. and Paul Tewson, Anne Marie Quinn and Thom Hughes, Montana Molecular

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CULTURE DEVELOPMENT PRODUCTS

Electronic Pipettes: Xplorer® And Xplorer® plus Electronic Pipettes: Xplorer® And Xplorer® plus

The Eppendorf Xplorer pipettes are electronic single, 8 and 12 channel pipettes designed to aspirate and dispense liquid volumes from 0.5μL to 10mL while eliminating many of the potential error risks associated with manual pipetting.

Single-Use Bioreator Controller System Single-Use Bioreator Controller System

Eppendorf BioBLU® Single-Use Vessels combine the advantages of single-use technology with the trusted performance of stirred-tank design. Our convenient adaptor kits allow you to benefit from single-use technology with minimal invest. They are easy to install and compatible with Eppendorf DASGIP® and New Brunswick™ systems as well as common Applikon® and Sartorius® controllers. The kits include all parts necessary for running BioBLU Single-Use Vessels with the respective system, such as motor adaptor, exhaust treatment, and more.

Serological Pipets: Easypet® 3 Serological Pipets: Easypet® 3

The Easypet 3 was designed with the latest technological developments and now, pipetting speed is controlled simply with the tips of your fingers allowing you to experience more sensitive control of the meniscus. The powerful motor delivers efficient performance to speed up large volume pipetting while also providing the utmost control for smaller volumes. The Easypet 3 has an excellent speed adjustment that allows for an optimized gravity drain option that can be used for easy dispensing of liquid without splashing.

Ultralight Weight Design: Research plus Pipette Ultralight Weight Design: Research plus Pipette

The Eppendorf Research plus is one of the most commonly used pipettes in the world. Besides safety and robustness the main focus of its design lay on ergonomics. The Research plus protects the health of our customers during their daily work. It has pioneered the renowned PhysioCare Concept® and thus reduced the strain on hand and arm during pipetting essentially. The Research plus is the pipette family with the lowest weight and lowest operation forces at Eppendorf. Lower operation forces can only be reached with our Eppendorf electronic pipettes. The spring loaded tip cone ensures low tip attachment and ejection forces. The Research plus has the ability to be autoclaved without the need to be disassembled. Fixed-volume pipettes and multichannel options are available; the Research plus pipette will become an indispensable tool in your laboratory.

Single-Use Vessels For Cell Culture: BioBLU® c And BioBLU p Single-Use Vessels For Cell Culture: BioBLU® c And BioBLU p

Combine the benefits of single-use bioreactor technology with the reliable performance of conventional glass or stainless steel bioreactors – Discover the Eppendorf BioBLU product line.

Fully Autoclavable, Ergonomic, And Intuitive Pipette: Reference® Fully Autoclavable, Ergonomic, And Intuitive Pipette: Reference®

The world of research and science is developing in shorter and shorter cycles. That’s all for the better, because true constants are now available! Values you can always depend on. Of course, the Eppendorf Reference is one of them.

Liquid Handling Pipette: Reference® 2 Liquid Handling Pipette: Reference® 2

The Eppendorf Reference 2 is the newest pipette family at Eppendorf and it is our premium product. Besides improvement of its ergonomics the focus of its design lay on providing the most accurate results possible, optimum user safety, reliability and robustness for a long service life. The innovative single button operation is not only fast and easy, but it also allows active aerosol reduction and thus protects the user, the sample and the pipette. The sturdy handle manufactured with stainless steel protects the pipette from impact and in combination with the spring loaded bumpers the Reference 2 is likely to stay within calibration even if it takes a fall. These high levels of security make the Reference 2 ideal for use with precious liquids, or in any application requiring extremely high levels of accuracy. When there can be no compromise on quality and reproducibility, Eppendorf’s Reference 2 is an ideal instrument for these Liquid Handling applications.

BioPAT® SIMCA BioPAT® SIMCA

Multivariate Data Analysis (MVDA) techniques are being increasingly used for scale and batch-to-batch comparison investigations to support or derive process understanding and to ultimately improve the quality, safety and efficacy of a drug product.

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CULTURE DEVELOPMENT MULITMEDIA

Maintaining Process Control In the Cell Culture Market Maintaining Process Control In the Cell Culture Market

 At Interphex 2014, Todd and Todd interviewed Jason March, the director of marketing and sales for Hamilton Company

3M Moves From Upstream Clarification To Improving Efficiencies In Downstream Purification 3M Moves From Upstream Clarification To Improving Efficiencies In Downstream Purification

At Interphex 2014, Todd and Todd interview Mark Trotter, Marketing Manager with 3M Purification.

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