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Innovative mixing principles in bioreactors, for example using the rocking of a platform to induce a backwards and forwards 'wave', or using orbital shaking to generate a 'wave' that runs round in a cylindrical container, have proved to be successful for the suspension cultures of cells, especially when combined with disposable materials. This article(More)
Background One of the most important unit operations in upstream animal cell bioprocesses at scales over 100 L is the preparation and sterilization of the medium. This complex, sensitive, and expensive process requires a considerable investment in both material and time [1]. Traditionally, large-scale medium sterilization is performed with costly single-use(More)
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