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DSM Technology Raises Bioreactor Productivity

10:15 AM MDT | May 29, 2009 | DEEPTI RAMESH

DSM says that studies done at its R&D labs show that its extreme density (XD) technology boosts bioreactor productivity and titers of mammalian cell culture processes for protein and antibody production. The studies show that the yields from Chinese hamster ovary cell cultures can be increased 5-10 fold over their previous fed-batch processes using only off the shelf, commercially available media, DSM says. The XD Technology has been tested for antibody and recombinant protein production across multiple cell lines, and the increase was realized in all cases...

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