- PCR Enzymes
- Plasmid amplification for cell culture-expressed antigen/antibodies
- Microbial expression of antigen/antibodies
Fermentation is a process where microorganisms are grown under controlled conditions with an aim of optimizing the growth of the organism for production of a target microbial product.
Continuous Fermentation involves the development of microorganisms under a controlled environment where culture media are constantly eliminated and replaced in a bioreactor for the manufacturing of the desired bioproduct.
Fermentation can then be scaled up to 50-100 (50,000-100,000 liters) tons in a purpose built dedicated site with our Design, Build and Operate contract services
(for genetically-engineered cell therapy, gene therapy, vaccines, oncolytic viruses applications)