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In partnering with Invitrogen for your process development needs, you gain access to our unparalleled network of the latest technologies.

Invitrogen has the unique ability to offer a select suite of the best process development technologies from across the industry together with our in-depth knowledge to provide you with reliable process development solutions.  You also enjoy access to many proprietary cell lines and their components for optimal cell line and vector development.

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SimCell™ Process Optimization and Platform Creation

SimCell™ enables PD-Direct® scientists to better engineer cell culture media and enhance process performance by making it high-powered, as well as faster and more scalable than traditional benchtop approaches.

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Revolution® Cell Engineering

Revolution® is a proprietary process that exploits the occurrence of random mutations to develop cell lines with enhanced phenotypes or biomolecules with improved properties.

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ClonePix FL Rapid Clone Screening

ClonePix FL is an automated technology for quantitatively selecting clones with the highest expression levels.

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OptiCHO™ Media, Feeds, and Cell Line Development Kits

The GIBCO® OptiCHO™ products - including CD OptiCHO™ Medium, CHO CD EfficientFeed™, and the OptiCHO™ Protein Express cell line development kits - are designed to work together synergistically to help you achieve the highest possible performance from your cells.

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Advanced Granulation Technology™ (AGT™)

AGT™ is an innovative dry media format that dissolves quickly and is the only dry format to allow for complete serum-free formulations - no additions necessary!

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FreeStyle™ MAX Expression Systems and Transfection Reagent

The FreeStyle™ MAX system is a breakthrough technology for the transient expression of recombinant proteins in mammalian cell lines.