bioreactor


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bioreactor

[′bī·ō·rē‚ak·tər]
(biochemistry)
A vessel that is used for the fermentation and production of living organisms, such as bacteria or yeast.
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Construction of Bioreactor Cell 6 will cost $5.5 million.
Bioreactors: Animal Cell Culture Control for Bioprocess Engineering (online access included)
Fortuna cited the bioreactor's role in combating global warming.
a 12-fold parallel bioreactor system is needed for the cultivation of yeasts and bacteria under controlled conditions on a small scale 60-150 ml.
[ClickPress, Tue Mar 26 2019] The growth of bioreactors in Pharmaceutical Sector and technological advancements in bioreactors, and adoption of single-use bioreactors (SUBs) and hybrid bioreactors are the prime factors responsible for the growth of the bioreactor market currently.
The new bioreactor is designed for scale-out expansion of cells including patient-specific T cells and is a closed system, consisting of an automated control unit and a up to two rocking platforms to gently agitate single-use Flexsafe RM TX bags (up to 5L working volume).
By this strategy, we will have approximately 220,000L of bioreactor capacity to provide our global partners with a robust supply chain of premier quality in 2021.
* Using bioreactor on ambr 250 allows rapid scale-up of optimized adherent cell culture processes
WuXi Biologics has selected 4,000 liter (L) Custom Single Run (CSR) disposable bioreactors from ABEC for its new commercial manufacturing facility (MFG4) in Wuxi city, Jiangsu, China.
Because of the soaring demand for safe cell culture products especially vaccines, there is an urgent need to increase the productivity of cells with minimal investments in resources/equipment and decrease microbial contamination and absolute control of production parameters, a need that has been met by the introduction of bioreactor technology [7,8].
Considering the MSC allogeneic use, it is possible to produce a large number of cells in bioreactor systems (scale-up approach) and to create a robust cell bank to supply cells for all therapies [31].
The cells are made using a bioreactor that consists of a 3-D silk scaffold seeded with cells and biochemicals.