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BioProfile Chemistry Analyzer from Nova Biomedical

ProductsBioProfile Chemistry Analyzer from Nova Biomedical
Company Nova Biomedical
Item BioProfile Chemistry Analyzer
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Description A key to successful cell culture or fermentation is the ability to monitor nutrient composition during the process, and make rapid adjustments in response to changes in the composition. Nova BioProfile Chemistry Analyzers provide immediate analysis of key nutrients, metabolites, and gases in cell culture and fermentation media. BioProfile analyzers are fully automated, multi-test systems designed for rapid, simultaneous analysis of up to 13 key measurements with results available in 3 minutes or less. Measured tests glucose, lactate, glutamine, glutamate, ammonium, pH, PO2, PCO2, sodium, potassium, acetate, phosphate, and glycerol. These analyzers provide the flexibility of direct sampling, batch processing from a 40-position sampling tray, or direct, unattended sampling from up to four bioreactors using Novas On-Line Autosampler. Optional feedback control allows automated introduction of nutrients when preset limits are reached.
Info Nova BiomedicalNova Biomedical
Nova Biomedical Corporation
200 Prospect Street
Waltham, MA 02454-9141
Customer Service: (800) 458-5813
Fax Number: (781) 894-5915
Web Site: http://www.novabiomedical.com
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