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ExcellGene SA first company to offer contract manufacturing in 250 Liter OrbShake bioreactor
Date:5/20/2009

lian cell lines. In combination with the cost, quality and time advantage of disposable technology, our platform provides a highly valuable alternative to conventional, stirred-tank bioreactors.”

About ExcellGene SA
Founded barely 7 years ago, ExcellGene SA, privately owned, is already a leading process science company in the pharmaceutical biotechnology sector. ExcellGene discovers and develops innovative technologies for the production of recombinant proteins from mammalian cells in bioreactors. As a service company, ExcellGene generates entire upstream cell culture processes for its customers, from DNA to scalable manufacturing under cGMP. Additionally, the company provides protein production services, based both on stable cell lines and on large-scale transient gene expression. The company is located in Monthey, Switzerland.  For additional information, please visit http://www.excellgene.com or contact us directly at bd@excellgene.com.

About Kuehner AGKühner AG, Birsfelden (Basel), Switzerland has been designing and manufacturing shakers since 1949. Known worldwide for our quality and reliability, our range spans from the small table top shakers / incubator shakers to the very large 6-tray pilot shaker. We sell them through a worldwide network of dedicated distributors. Cooperation with well-known universities / polytechnical schools and our own application-driven development department is the key to our innovation. We organize advanced training, conferences and individual consultancy for our customers in the application of shaken bioreactors thus complementing the Kühner range of services. For additional information about the company, please visit http://www.kuhner.com.

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