Pfizer Using Metabolon's Cellular Metabolism Tool | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Metabolon said today that Pfizer’s Bioprocess R&D Group is using the firm’s metabolomics technology in analyzing cellular metabolism in the biopharmaceutical production process.
 
Pfizer will use the biochemical profiling technology, called mVision, to analyze samples from bioreactors, said Research Triangle Park, NC-based Metabolon. The tool will enable researchers to identify essential nutrients that are depleted and unearth toxic metabolites in the cells.
 

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