NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Invitrogen next week plans to debut a set of expanded services for cell culture development that pair its PD-Direct process with Bioprocessor’s SimCell automated management system, Invitrogen said today.
 
The company will unveil the new services at the BioProcess International Conference & Exhibition in San Francisco.
 

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