Join the exciting webcast about continous bleed recycling!

This presentation will begin on Tuesday, September 21, 2021 at 17:00 CEST

Event Overview:

Bleed is defined as removal of cell culture broth from a perfusion bioreactor to maintain the biomass constant. If this is crucial to stabilize the process, it leads—by definition—to significant protein loss. In this webcast learn about a strategy that uses acoustic wave separation to concentrate the waste stream and recycle the liquid fraction and product of interest back to the bioreactor. While the overall process is not impacted, more of the liquid fraction is removed via the harvest line instead of the bleed.


Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to recycle bleed in perfusion cell culture processes
  • Understand how recombinant protein product yields can be increased by recycling bleed in perfusion cell culture processes
  • Review scale-up and implementation strategies

Who Should Attend:

  • Research, process development, and manufacturing professionals involved in biopharmaceutical production