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Steam-in-place stability

Latest gaskets offer CIP stability for biotech applications



Syringe pump delivers fluid at 8nl/min

Smart diagnostics facilitate programmable troubleshooting and built-in event and error logging



Biology: A new dimension

Biology is not flat, so one expert in the sector is aiming to make 3D cell culture a commodity, explains Angel Garcia Martín



Automated workflow for cancer research

Brad Larson and Glauco Souza on automated, label-free image- based methods to monitor inhibition of metastatic cell migration in 3D colorectal cancer models



New Treg isolation kit

Treg cells play an important role in regulating the immune response and peripheral tolerance mechanisms



New kits for release of O-linked glycans

The Orela kit can be used for up to 12 samples



The lab in a box

Mark Severns on automating key microbiology quality control tests



Improving Western blot reproducibility

Sam Egel reports on the advantages of IR fluorescence imaging technology



Advances in bioprocess control

Intelligent control in cell culture process development. By Christiane Schlottbom, Ma Sha and Stacey Willard



Bringing the sterility test into the 21st Century

Anna Mills looks at a system that modernises sterility testing via automation and rapid results



Advances in bacterial hosts

Non-E. coli expression hosts represent a heyday for Gram-positive bacteria, says Arne Schulz



Validating next-generation sequencing-based genetic tests

Frederick R. Blattner & Tim Durfee showcase software for auto-analysis of internal benchmarking controls



Investigating manufactured nanoparticles

Characterising the bio-nano interface using QCM technology. By Teodor Aastrup, Diluka Peiris & Daniel Wallinder



Whole genome MLST analysis

A universal typing approach for bacteria with many advantages. By Katrien De Bruyne, Bruno Pot & Hannes Pouseele



Single-use equipment comes of age

Single-use equipment such as bags, containers, fermenters, mixers and rectors help to keep production costs down and improve plant flexibility. Sean Ottewell reports



The merits of automated environmental monitoring

David Jones and Nathan Storie share the results of a study on environmental monitoring.



The merits of automated environmental monitoring

David Jones and Nathan Storie share the results of a study on environmental monitoring.



Mapping the immunogenicity of therapeutic protein products

Samuel Altun, Lena Heffler and Teodor Aastrup provide some examples of immunogenicity testing assays



End-to-end sequencing

The latest sequencing technologies include automation tools that make the process faster and more accurate



Cellulase enzyme product hits the market

High-performance cellulase enzyme product for enhancing paper and textile quality



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