Optical inline measurement procedures for counting and sizing cells in bioprocess technology.

@article{Rudolph2009OpticalIM,
  title={Optical inline measurement procedures for counting and sizing cells in bioprocess technology.},
  author={Guido Rudolph and Patrick Lindner and A. Bluma and Klaus Joeris and Geovanni Martinez and Bernd Hitzmann and Thomas Scheper},
  journal={Advances in biochemical engineering/biotechnology},
  year={2009},
  volume={116},
  pages={125-42}
}
To observe and control cultivation processes, optical sensors are used increasingly. Important parameters for controlling such processes are cell count, cell size distribution, and the morphology of cells. Among turbidity measurement methods, imaging procedures are applied for determining these process parameters. A disadvantage of most previously developed imaging procedures is that they are only available offline which requires sampling. On the other hand, available imaging inline probes can… CONTINUE READING
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