bioprocess


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bioprocess

[¦bī·o¦prä·səs]
(biochemistry)
A technique used to produce a commercial substance (such as alcohol) by a biological process (that is, via microbial fermentation).
A technique used to prepare a biological material (usually genetically engineered) for commercial use.
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In 1993, in answer to the growing need of highly qualified personnel in biotechnology, the Bioprocess Sector initiated a training program.
Finesse was founded to bring digital, plug-and-play solutions to life science customers, so as to improve the management of complex bioprocess applications.
BAC BV, a provider of antibody-based affinity purification technology, said on Wednesday that it has extended its collaboration with GE Healthcare, a unit of General Electric Company (NYSE:GE), to include a new bioprocess affinity chromatography ligand.
Single-use component and systems manufacturers typically make and assemble products in clean rooms to ensure their products do not introduce harmful particulates and endotoxins into a bioprocess.
Bioprocess scientists will thus be enabled to effortlessly execute DoE into their work flow for simpler process maximisation and scale-up to larger single-use BIOSTATA pilot and manufacturing scale bioreactors, making bioprocess development quicker and more lucrative.
GE Healthcare Life Sciences has won a BioProcess International (BPI) industry award for excellence in bioprocessing facility design.
Contract notice: 4 hplc system for bioprocess development.