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Xuri Cell Expansion System W25 Introduction
GE Healthcare Life Sciences

Watch the unveiling of the Xuri Cell Expansion System W25 at ISCT North American regional meeting. The first system of the Xuri product family, specifically designed to address the needs of cell-therapy manufacturing applications. Based on the well-known WAVE™ rocking technology, this new, functionally closed system allows you to reach high cell densities with confidence, minimize the risk of cell contamination, be in charge of your cell expansion with process monitoring and remote control and meet the requirements of a regulated environment.

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