Newsletter | February 26, 2024

02.26.24 -- Explore Options For A More Productive Cell Banking Process

A Step-By-Step Guide To Cell Banking

Cell banking stands at the forefront of medical advancement with its involvement in treating debilitating diseases, regenerating damaged tissues, and more. This guide delves into the steps involved with protecting these priceless resources, from cell collection and processing to storage and cell expansion.


Benefits Of Upstream Seed Train Intensification, High-Density Cell Banking

Seed train process intensification is becoming a common processing strategy to drive efficiency. Learn how utilizing high-density cell banking workflows in combination with your already intensified upstream process can further enhance your process productivity while reducing contamination risks.


Aramus Single-Use Bag Assemblies For Cryogenic Temperature Compatibility

Determine the cryogenic temperature compatibility of these bag assembly materials with 100% dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), a common cryoprotectant. Explore the results when bags of various sizes were put through freezing and drop testing after 24-hour minimum immersion in the liquid nitrogen (LN2) vapor phase.


Single-Use Bags Compatibility With Dimethyl Sulfoxide

This application note reviews tests conducted to determine the chemical compatibility of Aramus™ assemblies with dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), a commonly used cryopreserved in the cell and gene therapy markets. These experiments focused on exposing the materials to 100% DMSO for different lengths of time.



Single-Use Manifold Kits

This cell banking manifold kit can shorten your seed train process from weeks to days with manifolds that enable biomanufacturers to save time, money, and space while reducing contamination risks during upstream processing.

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