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The Solution for Automated Tissue Culture Systems

Jun 22 2006 Read 3059 Times

Especially developed for automated cell culture systems, the entry route of the AutoFlask? from Greiner Bio-One GmbH, does not consist of removable lids or screw caps, which pose reliability, speed and automation problems, but instead the AutoFlask? relies solely on a robot accessible entry septum. This multiple entry septum is pre-scored to both prevent coring by pipette tips and ensure sterility of the flask contents throughout solution exchanges.

The external dimensions of the new automation friendly cell culture flask comply with ANSI Standards, rendering it suitable for use on a wide range of cell culture and liquid handling systems. With a novel design to enable smooth handling during cell seeding, cultivation and subsequent analysis, the AutoFlask? features an integrated hydrophobic filter mem-brane to permit unimpeded gas exchange while cultivating cells. The flask also contains a unique centrifugation pocket that enables separation of cells from supernatant while main-taining the integrity of soft pellets.

AutoFlask? has been developed by Greiner Bio-One, the leading international technology partner to the diagnostic and pharmaceutical industry, and the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation (GNF), a leading innovator and producer of high-throughput automated research systems.

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