Fort Collins, CO June 5, 2009 / b3c newswire / – The world-renowned ESACT ‘09 gathering will serve as host to scientific experts from academia and industry brought together to find “Cellular Solutions for Clinical Challenges.” As one of the sponsors, InVitria will be sharing with attendees the powerful effects of its portfolio of cell culture media supplements developed to solve the regulatory and performance challenges facing the life science industry.
InVitria recently introduced a new product called ZAP-CHO, a performance enhancing cell culture media supplement designed to improve cell growth and antibody production in mammalian cell culture.
“ZAP-CHO improves CHO product development in chemically defined media that are completely free of animal components,” said Steve Pettit, Ph.D., Director of Cell Culture Development with InVitria. “Previously, the performance enhancements gained with ZAP-CHO was only possible by utilizing animal components such as FBS (fetal bovine serum or fetal calf serum) in cell culture media,” said Dr. Pettit.
Additionally, ZAP-CHO speeds-up cell line development and seed train expansion and also offers cost saving benefits by reducing operating costs as well as capital investment.
Recent publications, along with customer results has validated that another of InVitria’s leading cell culture supplements, Cellastim, a recom