Thermo Fisher enhances cell culture system

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  • Published: Sep 9, 2016
  • Author: Jon Evans
  • Source: Thermo Fisher Scientific
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A new high-capacity cell culture system from Thermo Fisher Scientific is designed to provide efficient and economical large-scale production of cells by increasing productivity within the same manufacturing space.

The Thermo Scientific Nunc High Density Cell Factory system incorporates additional layers compared with the standard Nunc Cell Factory systems, increasing surface area and yield by up to 30%. This increase in surface area allows greater output from a single run within the same footprint as the standard Nunc Cell Factory systems, thus increasing manufacturing capacity without capital investment.

“Across large-scale manufacturing processes, there is a need for improved process economics and efficient scale-up,” said Jill Staggert, senior product manager for production cell culture at Thermo Fisher Scientific. “We’ve designed our High Density Cell Factory system to support that purpose while ensuring easy adoption; it’s constructed with the same materials as the standard Cell Factory systems, which include our Thermo Scientific Nunclon Delta cell culture surface. We also improved productivity by adding layers to the conventional system, without increasing the overall height; this approach has increased surface area, while offering potential savings in labor, decontamination and waste disposal costs.”

Available in 3-, 13- or 52-layer options, the Nunc High Density Cell Factory system allows users to achieve equivalent cell densities while increasing the total yield per system.

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