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Irvine Scientific Launches IS CHO-CD XP(TM)
Date:3/6/2009

SANTA ANA, Calif., March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Irvine Scientific, a leading medical device/biopharmaceutical company located in Santa Ana, California, is proud to announce the addition of IS CHO-CD XP(TM) Culture System to their cell culture product line. IS CHO-CD XP(TM) Culture System is a set of chemically-defined*, serum-free, and animal component free media designed using metabolic-balancing technology to deliver robust cell growth and production for recombinant CHO cell lines. It supports batch, fed-batch, and perfusion culture processes.

The IS CHO-CD XP(TM) Culture System is made up of IS CHO-CD XP(TM) growth medium, IS CHO Feed-CD XP medium, and IS Hydrolysate Blend XP(TM) supplement. All components are fully compatible with other IS CHO products and are available in liquid or powder formats.

With over three decades of life-science innovation Irvine Scientific has expertise in developing world-class cell culture media for the biopharmaceutical industry. They are industrial-scale media manufacturers with a capacity of 800,000 kg/yr (~40 million liters) and continue to be leaders in rapid turnaround time worldwide. Irvine Scientific's ongoing personal service, technical support, and accessibility to key team members ensure that your questions and concerns are addressed every step of the way. Their cGMP facility was the first media manufacturing facility to receive ISO 13485:2003 certification. At Irvine Scientific their staff is virtually an extension of yours.

For more information on Irvine Scientific, visit our website at www.irvinesci.com/xp or contact: Nancy Huezo at nhuezo@irvinesci.com. Phone (800) 437-5706 or (949) 261-7800 ext 238.

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