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SANYO Installs First Cell Processing Work Station in the United States at University of Alabama at Birmingham
Date:6/8/2011

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., June 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- SANYO North America Corporation (SANYO) Biomedical Solutions Division announces that its Cell Processing Work Station (CPWS), an integrated, stand-alone solution for GMP compliant processing and preparation of regenerative stem cell and cell therapies for research use, has been installed at the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) as the nation's first installation of the CPWS, as well as marking SANYO's first to be installed outside of Japan. The workstation provides the required class-100 aseptic environment in a compact footprint and at a lower cost than a traditional cleanroom. The type of CPWS installed at the university is a positive pressure system, which will aid the school in its research into gene and cellular therapies. A negative pressure CPWS is in development.

Christine Stannard, Vice President of the Biomedical Solutions Division, commented, "In order for the cell therapy market to grow, research of stem cell and cell therapies will become a critical step, and SANYO is providing a practical solution for biotech and pharmaceutical customers to advance their research." She added, "UAB will have the latest technology available to them now as they move further into the research that will support this growing market."

Cell Processing Work Station

The small footprint of the CPWS allows installation into existing or new lab spaces using conventional utilities and minimal site preparation. While offering a highly efficient operational capacity, the workstation includes GMP compliant equipment for aseptic processing and provides user-friendly operation controls. Capital costs for acquiring the CPWS are substantially lower than the cost of constructing a new cleanroom. In addition, the SANYO CPWS also saves approximately 35% of the operating costs usually required for conventional cleanroom environments.

As the cell therapy market is set to expand, the CPWS will mak
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