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Merck Millipore Introduces Novel Clarisolve® Depth Filters

Published: Thursday, September 19, 2013
Last Updated: Thursday, September 19, 2013
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Clarisolve filters deliver unmatched speed and efficiency for single-stage clarification of pretreated feed streams.

Merck Millipore have introduced the Clarisolve® depth filter for single-stage clarification of pretreated feed streams. The Clarisolve® depth filter is a novel clarification device with a gradient density structure specifically designed to the particle size distributions of pretreated feed streams. 

Delivering improved volumetric capacity and reduced turbidity over any currently available depth filtration technologies, Clarisolve® depth filters process pretreated feeds in a significantly reduced footprint without the need for the secondary stage of clarification. The use of Clarisolve® depth filters eliminates the need for centrifugation which enables implementation of a fully single-use process train, and also considerably reduces the pre-use flushing requirements.  This technology was developed to address the shortcomings of traditional downstream clarification approaches when processing high cell density and high-product titer cell cultures.   

”Until now, higher titers coming from upstream bioreactors have posed a challenge to conventional approaches to clarification,” described Vin Donovan, Vice President of Biopharm Process Solutions, Merck Millipore.  “With Clarisolve® depth filters, our customers can now take full advantage of high density pre-treated feed streams and improve overall process economics. 

Clarisolve® filters are available from lab, to pilot, to process scale in the industry leading disposable Pod format.


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