This email looks EVEN nicer when viewed in your web browser. Don't miss out on the ANIMATIONS - click here!

Thursday, November 3, 2011  |  Volume 3/Number 15  |  A Production of the BioProcessing Journal
Career Development
Powder Mixing Technology
November 7-8, 2011
New Brunswich, NJ
spacer
FDA and Industry Perspectives on New Challenges and Innovation
November 8-10, 2011 Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
Workshop: 
The New ParadIgM – 
IgM from Bench to Clinic

November 15-16, 2011 
Frankfurt, Germany
Techno-Blast Masthead
Bovine Pulmonary Artery Endothelial Cells (BPAE Line) image provided by Michael W. Davidson, National High Magnetic Field Laboratory,
The Florida State University, Tallahassee.

Email your cell images to the editor today!
Advertising
View Techno-Blast ad specifications by clicking here, and then contact us for pricing.

Don't finalize your media plans for 2012 without consulting our media kit! Email us
to request a copy
.
Suggested Reading
blog
Part 1 - Technology & Background Information
How to Construct a Monoclonal Antibody Factory:
A Comparison of Production Costs in Fed Batch and Perfusion Culture with Microcarriers

blog
By Peter Bösch, The Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria; and Björn Lundgren (bjorn.lundgren@ge.com) and Christian Kaisermayer, PhD, GE Healthcare, Uppsala, Sweden
blog
blog
PART 2 – The Construction, Financial Aspects of Fed Batch vs. Perfusion Culture, and Conclusions
How to Construct a Monoclonal Antibody Factory:
A Comparison of Production Costs in Fed Batch and Perfusion Culture with Microcarriers
blog
By Peter Bösch, The Vienna University of Technology, Vienna, Austria; and Björn Lundgren (bjorn.lundgren@ge.com) and Christian Kaisermayer, PhD, GE Healthcare, Uppsala, Sweden
blog
Sponsored Links
thermo scientific
thermo scientific
Salt-Tolerant Membrane Adsorber
thermo scientific
roller bottles
Visit the Sartorius Stedim Biotech website at http://www.sartorius-stedim.com/ for more info.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech's Sartobind pico with 0.08 mL is the latest member of the Sartobind STIC family with nano, 5”, 10”, 30” and mega capsules. Sartobind STIC PA (primary amine) anion-exchange membrane binds contaminants at high conductivities under high-salt conditions at up to 20 mS/cm. The salt-tolerant anion exchanger can directly process cation-exchange pools without further dilution. Buffer consumption and buffer tank investments can be reduced.
roller bottles
Since all devices are used for flow-through polishing, a 4 mm bed height is kept constant to scale to larger devices up to 1.6 L. The small membrane volume of 0.08 mL reduces material consumption during testing and virus spiking studies to save costs during the initial development phases.
roller bottles
All membrane adsorber capsules are “plug and play” devices and can be used like filters. As the materials are disposed of after a single use, this reduces validation costs.
nunc
nunc
nunc
dna isolation kit
dna isolation kit
Condenser Enhances Lyophilisation Results
Genevac announces the new SuperCool 75 – a state-of-the-art condenser that, in conjunction with its HT-12 High Throughput Evaporator, has been proven to set a new benchmark for enhanced evaporation and lyophilisation results.
optek
Genevac developed its proprietary fast lyophilisation (LyoSpeed™) methodology for use on the HT-12 Evaporator. The SuperCool 75 chills to -75°C and operates at a higher power for greatly improved results with the LyoSpeed process for HPLC fractions. The Genevac HT-12 Evaporator / SuperCool 75 / LyoSpeed combo produces powdered lyophilisation samples with a success rate as high as 95%.

To download a technical paper on high throughput lyophilisation of
HPLC samples from mixed aqueous : organic solutions please visit http://www.evaporatorinfo.com/info5.htm or contact Genevac on
+44-1473-240000 / +1-845-255-5000 / salesinfo@genevac.co.uk for
a product data sheet.
optek
nunc
optek c8000
 
 
  2nd Annual Meeting
  April 2-4, 2012
Rosslyn, Virginia USA

  Followed by the
1st Annual Meeting on:
 
 April 5-6, 2012
Rosslyn, Virginia USA
  Mark Your Calendar:
Submit Your Manuscript to BPJ
There might still
be time to publish
your article in 2011.

Contact us now!

We want to make your work available to those who really appreciate it.
Follow Us On: