The Company's groundbreaking products are featured in Genetic Engineering News for delivering the promise of safety without sacrificing productivity and performance.
Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) January 22, 2009 -- InVitria's product line was featured in the Jan. 15, 2009 edition of Genetic Engineering News (GEN, Jan 15, 2009 pp 32-34). The article, entitled Culture Media Underlies Productivity Gains, referenced the productivity and safety improvements achieved through cell culture media optimization. New media components, such as InVitria's animal free recombinant media, have contributed to these improvements.
Test results have confirmed that InVitria's recombinant albumin (Cellastim™) outperforms plasma-derived human serum albumin and results in productivity improvements in CHO and hybridoma cell lines.
InVitria's recombinant lactoferrin (Lacromin™) is a strong cell growth factor and is capable of performing better in cell culture media than insulin and insulin-like growth factors. Research has shown Lacromin™ to be a major advance in promoting cell growth and productivity across a variety of cell lines.
Also mentioned in the article is InVitria's Lysobac™, a cell lysis reagent used in microbial fermentation to improve recombinant protein yield and deliver consistent quality, as well as the safety of an animal free reagent. Lysobac™ is many times more active than chicken lysozyme.
InVitria's performance enhancing recombinants offer producers affordable, well-defined and regulatory compliant cell culture media and bacterial lysis components. They can also contribute to operational efficiency and reduced capital costs.
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