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Solentim To Supply Cell Line Development Solutions for New R&D Center in San Francisco
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Solentim To Supply Cell Line Development Solutions for New R&D Center in San Francisco

Solentim To Supply Cell Line Development Solutions for New R&D Center in San Francisco
Product News

Solentim To Supply Cell Line Development Solutions for New R&D Center in San Francisco

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Solentim is pleased to announce the adoption of its VIPS™ single cell seeding platform and Cell Metric® CLD into Samsung Biologics’ new research and development facility in San Francisco, CA. These instruments are designed for single cell cloning and assurance of monoclonality to increase the speed and efficiency of Master Cell Bank development.

Samsung’s new R&D facility in San Francisco will offer rapid, high-quality development services, including cell line development, to its global customers. Solentim’s VIPS and Cell Metric CLD instruments will be used in conjunction with Samsung Biologics’ recently launched proprietary cell line platform, S-CHOice™, announced last month.

Dr Mark Truesdale, CEO of Solentim, said, “We’re pleased to extend our long-standing partnership with Samsung Biologics, which has previously purchased and enjoyed success with our equipment in its headquarter operations.”


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