Microfluidics for Mid-Stream Mammalian Cell Bioprocessing

Cultured mammalian cells produce valuable biopharmaceuticals and potentially provide tissues for autologous transplantation therapies. Perfusion processes are potentially useful approaches to generate high cell density cultures, suitable for industry.

This project will examine application of unique microfluidic devices developed by Dr. Majid Warkiani at UTS to facilitate rapid cell separation for application in monoclonal antibody production processes.

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