Optimizing Chemically Defined Media in Biomanufacturing – Feed vs. Growth Media

Chemically defined media is used in many biomanufacturing operations. In this week’s Two Minute Tuesday video, Tom Fletcher, Director, Cell Culture R&D, Irvine Scientific is interviewed on the differences between feed and growth Chemically Defined Medias (CDM), as well as the use of other media additives or supplements like hydrolysates. For the full interview, please see the video below titled, “CDM Feed vs. Growth Media and the Role of Hydrolysates, an Expert Interview with Tom Fletcher.”

This video is Part 4 in a series on chemically defined media, please see other videos in the series below:

Part 1: When and Where to Optimize Media

Part 2: Benefits of Using Chemically Defined Media

Part 3: Impact of Chemically Defined Media on Product Quality


Also if you are interested in hot biomanufacturing topics, don’t miss:

Is Continuous Biomanufacturing a Good Fit for Your Process? – Continuous Biomanufacturing Implementation – Frequently Asked Questions

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The Keck Graduate Institute and WuXi Biologics have teamed together to provide technical training videos called Two Minute Tuesday videos for the bioprocessing industry.  They will deliver a new video topic every Tuesday that can quickly get you up-to-speed in understanding the complexities of biologics drug development and manufacturing.

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