Read our latest white paper about the concepts of quality by design (QbD) & critial quality attributes (CQAs)
Download our scientific poster about our glycoengineering method for improving product quality of biosimilars in the Cellca CHO Expression Platform.
Download our scientific poster about comparing distinct promoters using a CHO Expression System.
Download our scientific poster on automating cell line development processes.
Watch our on-demand webinar about single donor-derived KILR CD16 Effector Cells to ensure assay reproductibility for screening, characterization, and QC lot release antibody drugs. Presented by our expert scientists, Lisa Blackwood and Laura Munro, and co-hosted with DiscoverX. The webinar focuses on 2 qualification studies that were performed using these effectors to demonstrate accuracy and precision in different More
Sartorius Stedim BioOutsource win Frost & Sullivan Customer Service Leadership Award in Bioanlaytical Contract Testing Services
Goettingen, GER | Glasgow, UK, October 24, 2017 – Sartorius Stedim Biotech (SSB), a leading international supplier for the biopharmaceutical industry, received the prestigious Frost & Sullivan’s 2017 European Customer Service Leadership Award for Bioanalytical Contract Testing Services. Presented at the Frost & Sullivan ceremony yesterday evening in London, UK, this award recognizes the unique More
Download our scientific poster on generating monoclonal production cell lines with > 99.9% probability.
Download our scientific poster, presented at BPI Europe 2017 on improved clone evaluation using ambr® 15 mini bioreactor system.
View the latest scientific poster from Cellca.
Following the news release from Alligator Bioscience on 12th June 2017, Sartorius Stedim Cellca GmbH is delighted to partner with the innovative Swedish biotech company, Alligator Bioscience to support the pre-clinical development of their 4-1BB immuno-oncology antibody ATOR-1017. ATOR-1017 is an agonistic antibody that activates the co-stimulatory receptor 4-1BB (also known as CD137) expressed on More