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InVitria's Cellastim Delivers Superior Results in CHO Cell Culture

Cellastim, an animal-free recombinant albumin product manufactured by InVitria, can outperform animal and human derived serum in CHO cell culture. Fort Collins, CO (PRWEB) December 3, 2008 -- Cellastim has proven to be a robust replacement for serum derived albumin in C...

Coming Soon: Lung-Cancer Spray?

...hanisms that work. "Our results demonstrated that lentivirus-mediated CTMP overexpression suppressed Akt activity and inhibited tumor progression," cho wrote. More information The National Cancer Institute has more on lung cancer. -- Jennifer Thomas ...

Vaporized viral vector shows promise in anti-cancer gene therapy

...t best and are typically ineffective in advanced stages of the disease. For this reason, novel therapies for lung cancer are of great interest. Dr. cho and colleagues targeted the Akt signaling pathway, which has been shown to be an important regulator of cell proliferation and cancer progression. A r...

InVitria Sponsors ESACT 2009 in Dublin, Ireland

... antibody production in mammalian cell culture. "ZAP-CHO improves cho product development in chemically defined media that are completely free of... component in stem cell media and is used to safely optimize performance in cho and hybridoma cell lines. "ESACT is a tremendous venue to build a...

InVitria to Present at BIO 2009 International Convention in Atlanta

...ria to profile "New Strategies for Optimizing cho Performance" inside the BIO Process Product Z...that provides performance enhancing components for cho and hybridoma cell culture media. InVitria's cell ...ry requirements of researchers using hybridoma and cho cell culture, but it exceeds their performance exp...

InVitria Headlines Sponsorship of WilBio's Waterside Conference

... been used by large-scale commercial manufacturers to significantly improve cho cell growth and productivity. Cellastim also increases hybridoma cell growt...e conference revealing the optimization benefits of InVitria's Cellastim in cho and hybridoma cell lines. "Recent research from our own work and that ...

Herbalife Protein Shake Proven Effective in Clinical Study

...rom 34.5 percent to 39 percent - over the same time period in the U.S. Dr. cho added, "We have demonstrated the effectiveness of meal replacements for wei... benefits in addressing obesity which has become a worldwide problem." cho is a member of Herbalife's Nutrition Advisory Board (NAB). The NAB is made ...

Radiofrequency treatment better than ethanol injection for small liver tumors

...es have suggested it offers a greater survival benefit compared to PEI. To determine the benefit of RFA compared to PEI, researchers led by Yun Ku cho of Seoul conducted a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials that compared the two therapies. Using databases and manual s...

Food Phosphates Might Spur Lung Cancer

...lt diet. Their wider use has increased intake by as much as 1,000 milligrams a day, equivalent to the higher dose given to the rats in the experiment, cho noted. But Stevens took issue with that point: "...it should be noted that data on phosphate production do not indicate an increase in phosphate in...

InVitria to Showcase its Innovative Cell Culture Components at American Society of Cell Biology Annual Meeting

... Data from a recent study showed that Cellastim is a robust supplement for cho media and can improve both the growth kinetics and productivity of cho cell lines. Tests have also shown that Cellastim outperforms plasma-derived...

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CHO in Biological News

Major breakthrough in early detection and prevention of AMD

.... This is why finding a means for early detection and intervention is so important." Drs. Atsunobu Takeda, Judit Z. Baffi, Mark E. Kleinman, Won Gil cho and other researchers in the Ambati laboratory discovered that CCR3 a molecule also implicated in inflammatory processes is expressed on the surface...

InVitria Sponsors ESACT 2009 in Dublin, Ireland

...nd antibody production in mammalian cell culture. “ZAP-CHO improves cho product development in chemically defined media that are completely free of...omponent in stem cell media and is used to safely optimize performance in cho and hybridoma cell lines. “ESACT is a tremendous venue to build awa...

InVitria to Unveil Powerful Cell Culture Media Component ZAP-CHO

...presentation, “New Strategies for Optimizing cho Performance,” to feature new supplement for cho cell culture optimization called ZAP-CHO during BI...ry requirements of researchers using hybridoma and cho cell culture, but it exceeds their performance exp...

A new way to assemble cells into 3-D microtissues

...r cells (a kind of stem cell for blood cells), which depend on the presence of the growth factor interleukin-3, by combining them in microtissues with cho cells (Chinese hamster ovary cells) that were engineered to secrete interleukin-3. When the two cell types were randomly mixed, the stem cells did...

Tailor-made recombinant proteins in mammals

...ns to sites on recombinant proteins from E. coli , Bertozzi and her colleagues showed that it works equally well in the most common mammalian system, cho cells (Chinese hamster ovary cells), as well as in the HEK cell system (human embryonic kidney cells). "You can put anything you want on the tagged...

Common food additive found to increase risk and speed spread of lung cancer

...nfer a normal cell with malignant properties," Dr. cho explained. "Deregulation of only a small set of pa...e tumors and stimulated growth of the tumors," Dr. cho said. Dr. cho noted that while a moderate level of phosphate pla...

Is hybridoma production about to take a quantum leap forward?

...ration rates affected by NPD-based media" Growing cho (Chinese Hamster Ovary) cells in NPD-based and DI-...either in NPD-based or DI-based media. Unlike the cho cells, these are sensitive to cell density and wer...e the NPD-based media had the opposite effect: the cho cells displayed a slower proliferation rate than t...

Selexis Announces Advanced Approach to Maximize Power of Genetic Elements for Rapid Development of High Performance Cell Lines

...ents later this year. These new elements will be smaller and more powerful and are showing even greater performance in boosting antibody expression in cho cells," continued, Dr. Fisch. "We are confident our existing and new licensees and cell line development customers will benefit from this new offering...

Chemists get grip on slippery lipids

...O Journal and the Journal of Biological Chemistry, cho and his associates describe mechanisms by which a ...ains recognize specific lipids." In the papers, cho describes the structure and function PX domains fr...ion of receptor-mediated cell signaling pathways," cho said. "That's important because both prolonged and...

Crohn's disease gene identified

...or other means, we need to take this balancing act into consideration." cho and co-authors represent the IBD Genetics Consortium, which is funded by th...ive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). cho said large study sizes made possible by the consortium offer more definitiv...

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CHO in Biological Technology

Use of FlashPlate Technology for In Vitro Measurement of [35S]-GTPγS Binding in CHO Cells Expressing the Human 5-HT1B Receptor

J. Watson and J.V. Selkirk SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, UK Abstract FlashPlate is a 96-well white polystyrene microplate with scintillant-coated wells designed for highvolume, in-plate radiobinding assays. This study investigates the use...

BioWa Announces License of POTELLIGENT(R) Technology to Merck KGaA

...Technology involves the reduction of the amount of fucose in the carbohydrate structure of an antibody using a proprietary fucosyltransferase-knockout cho cell line as a production cell. Research shows that POTELLIGENT((R)) Technology dramatically enhances ADCC activity of an antibody in vitro , and si...

SAFC Biosciences(R) Expands Media Capability for Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) Cell Lines

... EX-CELL(TM) CD cho Fusion Media Formulation and cho cGMP Media Library for Cell Culture Applications N...lications with the introduction of EX-CELL(TM) CD cho Fusion , the Company's next generation chemically ...

BioWa Announces License of POTELLIGENT(R) Technology to sanofi-aventis

...Technology involves the reduction of the amount of fucose in the carbohydrate structure of an antibody using a proprietary fucosyltransferase-knockout cho cell line as a production cell. Research shows that POTELLIGENT(R) Technology dramatically enhances ADCC activity of an antibody in vitro , and sign...

Irvine Scientific Launches IS CHO-CD XP(TM)

... robust cell growth and production for recombinant cho cell lines. It supports batch, fed-batch, and per...m is made up of IS CHO-CD XP(TM) growth medium, IS cho Feed-CD XP medium, and IS Hydrolysate Blend XP(TM)... All components are fully compatible with other IS cho products and are available in liquid or powder for...

Sangamo BioSciences Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2008 Financial Results

...izer Inc entered into an agreement to provide Pfizer with a worldwide, non-exclusive license for the use of ZFN reagents to knock out a single gene in cho cells and for the use of such cell lines for clinical and commercial production of therapeutic proteins. Under the terms of the agreement Sangamo rec...

InVitria Among Leading Innovators in Cell Culture Media According to Top Biotechnology Publication

...rmed 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...

BioWa Licenses POTELLIGENT(R) Technology to GlaxoSmithKline for Use in Antibody Development and Commercialization

...Technology involves the reduction of the amount of fucose in the carbohydrate structure of an antibody using a proprietary fucosyltransferase-knockout cho cell line as a production cell. Research shows that POTELLIGENT(R) Technology dramatically enhances ADCC activity of an antibody in vitro, and signifi...

BioWa Announces License of Biowa's Potelligent(R) Technology to KaloBios Pharmaceuticals

...Technology involves the reduction of the amount of fucose in the carbohydrate structure of an antibody using a proprietary fucosyltransferase-knockout cho cell line as a production cell. Research shows that POTELLIGENT(R) Technology dramatically enhances ADCC activity of an antibody in vitro, and signifi...

InVitria's Cellastim Delivers Superior Results in Mammalian Cell Culture

...ia this week. "Cellastim showed superior results compared to other sources of albumin and delivered an average of 50% improvement in productivity in cho cell lines using variety of the leading chemically defined and animal free medias sold in the US," said Dr. Steve Pettit, Director of InVitria's Cell ...

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