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New FOSS NIR article: Monitoring Viable Cell Density in Bioreactors Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

Posted: 9 March 2010 | FOSS NIRSystems, Inc. | No comments yet

FOSS NIRSystems, Inc. is pleased to announce that a new NIR article on the subject: Monitoring Viable Cell Density in Bioreactors Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy has been published…

FOSS NIRSystems, Inc. is pleased to announce that a new NIR article on the subject: Monitoring Viable Cell Density in Bioreactors Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy has been published...

FOSS NIRSystems, Inc. is pleased to announce that a new NIR article on the subject: Monitoring Viable Cell Density in Bioreactors Using Near-Infrared Spectroscopy has been published in the latest issue of BioProcessing Journal (Vol. 8, No. 4, Winter 2009/2010).

www.bioprocessingjournal.com

This study concludes that Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy can be used to improve cell viability and productivity as a PAT tool and is also capable of replacing off-line VCD. A real-time in situ near-infrared probe can predict viable cell density of mammalian cells attached to microcarriers in culture media.

For more information about this article, please contact Applications Scientist Robert Mattes at [email protected]

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