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A single-use, stirred-tank bioreactor for scalable cell culture

By Chemical Engineering |

Pall Life Sciences

Pall Life Sciences

The Allegro STR 1000 single-use, 1,000-L stirred-tank reactor (photo) provides scalable cell culture in a simple-to-install package. Installation is largely automated and requires minimal operator interaction, reducing the potential for error or damage. The cubical design and large bottom-driven impeller result in high oxygen-transfer rates and short mixing times. In addition, both disposable and reusable sensors can be integrated with the Allegro STR 1000 bioreactor for increased flexibility. — Pall Life Sciences, Port Washington, N.Y.

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