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Sartorius Biostat B-DCU Bioreactor System

LabMakelaar Benelux B.V.
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The Biostat B-DCU is a fermenter/bioreactor specifically designed to accommodate the requirements of process optimization and characterization in the biotech and biopharmaceutical industry. It provides enhanced functionality and an unrivalled level of options for cell culture and microbial processes making it the ideal scale-down model for your large scale process.

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