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March 1, 2010

Disposable equipment

Single-use equipment and systems are a growing trend among high purity processors. Here, the experts weigh in on the pros and cons of these up-and-coming disposable components

Joy Le Pree

Not long ago, single-use bioprocessing equipment, such as disposable bags and tubing, appeared on the scene as an alternative to stainless-steel components for high-purity processing applications. Due to a fistful of benefits — including reduced costs, lower cross-contamination risk and increased flexibility — the use of disposables began to grow into a real trend...

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