When cells are your factory, it’s imperative to ensure that they are kept under the right conditions throughout the life of the culture. Standard 2-D and 3-D culture systems, whether dish-, bag-, roller bottle-, or bioreactor-based, all share the same limitations; these cultures fail to keep the cells in tissue-like contact with neighboring cells, depriving them of important signaling cues. Hollow fiber bioreactors (HFBR) are able to promote a physiologically relevant interaction between cells while enabling product retrieval without perturbation. Learn more about HFBRs from FiberCell Systems, the sponsor of this webinar event, and learn how your standard methods are letting you down by design. Bring your questions and comments; FiberCell has the answers you seek.
Topics to be covered:
- The spatial and nutritional constraints faced by standard cultures, and how HFBRs address them
- Using HFBRs to generate monoclonal antibodies, exosomes, difficult-to-express proteins, and more
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