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Unisyn Releases Medium For Growing Hybridomas Ashton Pumpmatic Offers Pipetting System Designed To Reduce Contamination Gelman Sciences Introduces Minispike Acrodisc Filter Database Package From Advanced Imaging Concepts Hamamatsu Corp.'s Avalanche Photodiode Perkin-Elmer Unveils New Workstation For Chromatography Nanoprobes' Gold-Probe Protein Labeling Kit Ultraviolet And Visible Transillumination Products From Hoefer Nikon's Zoom

The Scientist Staff
Apr 3, 1994

  • Unisyn Releases Medium For Growing Hybridomas
  • Ashton Pumpmatic Offers Pipetting System Designed To Reduce Contamination
  • Gelman Sciences Introduces Minispike Acrodisc Filter
  • Database Package From Advanced Imaging Concepts
  • Hamamatsu Corp.'s Avalanche Photodiode
  • Perkin-Elmer Unveils New Workstation For Chromatography
  • Nanoprobes' Gold-Probe Protein Labeling Kit
  • Ultraviolet And Visible Transillumination Products From Hoefer
  • Nikon's Zoom Stereo Materials Microscopes

    Unisyn Technologies, based in San Diego, has introduced Hybrid Grow specialized basal medium for growing hybridomas in the company's Cell-Pharm hollow-fiber bioreactors. The medium elevates glucose and glutamine levels to deliver nutrients to the tissue-dense hollow-fiber hybridoma cultures. According to Unisyn, Hybrid Grow simplifies downstream processing and reduces regulatory concerns because it is free of bovine products. Addition of defined medium supplements to the product increases production rates in serum-free environments, the company says. Hybrid Grow does not contain pherol red, which can interfere with charged-based separation media, such as ion-exchange gels.

    Unisyn notes that Hybrid...

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