TTP s and Midwest Scientific s Small-Scale Bioreactor for Shaker Systems, Media Cybernetics Color-Pro Plug-In, ImagePro Version 5.0, and Sigma-Aldrich s 2004-2005 Cell Signaling and Neuroscience Catalog | GenomeWeb

TTP and Midwest Scientific have released a disposable culture system for high-throughput screening of process parameters and mammalian production cell lines. The small-scale bioreactor for shaker systems, manufactured by TTP, has a nominal volume of 50 mL with a culture volume of 1 to 40 mL.

The cell culture system is designed to mimic standard bioreactor conditions by offering efficient gas exchange trough a hydrophobic membrane, the companies said.

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