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Leap-In Transposase® Bundled With VIPS™ Single Cell Cloning Instrument for Cell Line Development

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Solentim, a company specializing in cell line development (CLD) instrumentation, and bioengineering company ATUM, have announced that Solentim will bundle access to the Leap-In Transposase® platform together with the Solentim VIPS™ single cell cloning instrument. Leap-In Transposases enable stable high titer clones to be isolated whilst screening orders of magnitude fewer clones than alternative strategies. The VIPS seeding and clonality validation system is optimized to efficiently isolate and track each high expressing clone. This new commercial agreement will enable Solentim’s customers all over the world to readily access the Leap-In Transposase technology.

“This agreement further cements our partnership with ATUM,” explained Dr Ian Taylor, Chief Business Officer of Solentim. “Over the past few months, we have seen pharma customers receive the first IND approvals using Leap-In Transposase, giving confidence to other customers that Leap-In combined with the VIPS technology is a sound choice when implementing their commercial CLD workflow.”

“We have fully embraced the VIPS technology from Solentim within our own company and it has become a cornerstone of our cell line development process. Solentim has been an outstanding partner to work with and we look forward to expanding our commercial success for Leap-In using their strong brand in CLD and global routes to market” commented Dr Jeremy Minshull, CEO of ATUM.