CellStor freezing bags can be used to cryopreserve microbial cultures both for research purposes as well as in the commercial bioprocess industry to facilitate their use in the areas of biomanufacturing, food technology, biofuels, and pollution control.
- Fermentation Technology
- Infectious Microbial Storage
It is a process involving biochemical reaction of microorganisms during their growth and multiplication and industries utilizes these organisms to produce various pharmaceuticals and alcoholic beverages on a large scale. Microorganisms are grown in suitable environment by providing them with all essential nutrients such as carbon, nitrogen, salts, trace elements and vitamins. These microorganisms can be stored in customized CellStor freezing bags.
Infectious Microbial Storage
For epidemiological and research purpose, bacterial, fungal strains, parasites and viruses needs to be maintained. For the past few years, scientific requirements were developed on long term viability and specific properties of genetically modified microorganisms.
Cryo-preservants (polysaccharides, proteins, dextrans ) which are not permeable are the best solutions due to their adsorbness on the microbial surface and forms a viscous layer for protecting the microbial cell membrane. These can be stored in CellStor freezing bags.
Products for Cell Therapy
CellStor Freezing Bags for Bio-process / Cell Therapy Applications
CellStor bags are single use and gamma sterilized, which provide consistent freeze and thaw processes for Bio-process/cell therapy product manufacturing. High quality film made with EVA which has good vapour and gas barrier properties helping to reduce sample contamination. Various sizes ranging from 5 ml to 20 Liters are available.
These are pre-assembled and ready-to-use bags with completion of all the necessary testing’s for various bio-pharma/Bio-process and cell therapy industries. Assembly ensures proper protection, support and ease handling. Specially designed for controlled freezing, thawing and long-term storage in frozen state.