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Next Generation, Chemically Defined Supplements

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BD Biosciences–Advanced Bioprocessing has been at the forefront in the development of tools and products that achieve higher protein productivity over traditional media. By developing a chemically defined supplement that is an optimized formulation of nutritional and bioactive components, BD Biosciences’ next generation supplements provide equivalent or better yield and productivity to peptone supplementation without sacrificing safety or speed to commercialization.


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