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Cell Culture Microbioreactor New design for improved clone selection

| Editor: Doris Popp

The new generation of ambr 15 cell culture automated microbioreactor system by Sartorius Stedim Biotech (SSB) is the successor to the well-established ambr 15 cell culture system, proven in the industry to significantly reduce cell line development timelines and increase lab productivity.

New ambr 15 microbioreactor system for clone selection, media and feed optimization and early process development work.
New ambr 15 microbioreactor system for clone selection, media and feed optimization and early process development work.
(Source: Sartorius Stedim Biotech (SSB))

According to the company the new system offers increased flexibility and expanded capability for clone selection, media and feed optimization and early process development work. The ambr 15 cell culture Generation 2, based on SSB’s gold-standard ambr technology, replicates laboratory-scale bioreactor performance at the microscale (10-15 mL) and controls up to 48 single-use bioreactor cultures in parallel.

As it says in a current press release, its new design incorporates novel features to provide greater process flexibility, expands the system’s functionality and allows more applications to be investigated. In addition, a new ambr clone selection software, included as a one-year license, provides simplified, streamlined multivariate data analysis for faster, more consistent cell line screening and ranking.

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