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This modular mini-bioreactor system has scaleup potential

By Chemical Engineering |

Sartorius Stedim Biotech

Sartorius Stedim Biotech

The new ambr 250 modular system (photo) is an innovative benchtop mini bioreactor system for parallel fermentation or cell culture. This system combines a unique single-use bioreactor vessel and expandable system design to offer bioprocess scientists access to advanced benchtop bioreactor technology for process development. The new ambr 250 modular system consists of a workstation with two, four, six or eight single-use bioreactors, with a working volume range of 100 to 250 mL. These mini bioreactors, based on the same stirred-tank bioreactors in the well-established ambr 250 high-throughput system, contain impellers suitable for fermentation or cell culture and demonstrate excellent scaleup to larger bioreactors, says the company. They are also fully integrated with liquid reservoirs and syringe pumps, allowing rapid experimental setup and turnaround, significantly increasing lab efficiency. — Sartorius Stedim Biotech, Goettingen, Germany

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