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Md. biotech firm launches new product line for making stem cells

RoosterBio Inc’s new bioprocess media kit, RoosterNourish-MSC-CC, has two components: RoosterBasal-MSC-CC, in the large bottle, and RoosterBooster-MSC-CC in the smaller bottle. (RoosterBio photo)

RoosterBio Inc’s new bioprocess media kit, RoosterNourish-MSC-CC, has two components: RoosterBasal-MSC-CC, in the large bottle, and RoosterBooster-MSC-CC in the smaller bottle. (RoosterBio photo)

RoosterBio Inc., a biotechnology tools company, on Thursday launched a new product portfolio that it says will improve manufacturing processes for adult stem cells.

The Frederick firm’s new CliniControl line is designed to simplify product development of therapies that use human mesenchymal stem/stromal cells.

The first product in the line is a bioprocess media kit called RoosterNourish-MSC-CC. RoosterBio says it is designed for batch two-dimensional and fed-batch three-dimensional cultures and lets researchers scale their cultures because it translates between culture platforms. The kit can be used to produce more cells, leading to a lower cost of goods when compared to other cell culture media, the company says.

RoosterBio says its CliniControl products are like their development-grade products, but they adhere to stricter quality regulations.

 


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