Enable biologics therapeutic development with high-density cell banking

Learn how to intensify bioreactors and optimize seed train processes to amplify cell cultures throughout cold storage, thawing and amplification

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Pharma IQ
02/17/2021

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The need for the rapid development and scale-up of vaccines and therapeutics is crucial for preventing widespread illness and helping patient’s overcome life threatening diseases. Conventional seed train processes used to amplify cells from cell cultures in vaccine creation are, however, inefficient and subject to risk.

In this white paper from Entegris, uncover an innovative process to improve process efficiency to increase cell cultures and eliminate many of the labor intensive and risky approaches currently used by most bioprocessing labs. Find out how single-use 2D storage bag assemblies made from fluoropolymers offer a solution that increases both cell culture volume and cell density per milter liter while preserving cell viability.

Learn how single-use fluoropolymer bag assemblies:

  • Increase cell culture volume and cell density per milter liter.
  • Preserve cell viability during freezing, storage, and thawing steps.
  • Present an efficient alternative to vials in upstream cell banking applications.

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