Tide Motion Bioreactor
Tide motion pertains to the oscillation of culture medium into and out of the matrix vessel that intermittently exposes the cells to aeration and nutrition. The upward oscillation exposes the cells to nutrition, while the downward oscillation exposes the cells to aeration and at the same time washes away products and wastes. This gentle oscillation produces no air bubbles and causes extremely low shear stress, which are both detrimental to the cells. VacciXcell offers two types tide motion bioreactors, differing in the production volume capacity.
CelCradle™ is a disposable bioreactor capable of high-density cell culture for protein expression, virus, and monoclonal antibody production. It is designed based on the concept of bellow-induced intermittent flow of media and air through porous matrices, where cells reside. This provides a low shear, high aeration, and foam-free culture environment.
TideXcell™ High Density bioreactor system is the extended large scale system of the lab scale CelCradle™ bioreactor system. In this system, a matrix vessel is packed with porous BioNOC™ II carriers and functions as an artificial lung with huge contact surface for nutrition and aeration.