Treat your cells to a liquid lunch.
To say culturing cells for therapeutic treatments is important is an understatement. Not only does cell culture contribute towards today’s life-saving therapies, but it fundamentally drives critical research that leads to future breakthrough discoveries tomorrow. At Cytiva, we take this seriously. From off-the-shelf cell culture products to custom cell culture services, our expansive portfolio is designed to accommodate the entire bioprocess workflow.
That’s love — Spendlove
No, it’s not the backdrop of a 1960s spy movie, but the origin of HyClone™ Laboratories definitely has plot twists! It starts in 1967 when Dr. Rex Spendlove, then a professor at Utah State University, was studying a viral disease that was fatal to children. Integral to his research was fetal bovine serum (FBS), which at the time, was so poor that Dr. Spendlove was forced to develop his own methods to produce a quality serum. The end result was the formation of HyClone™, which pioneered many of the serum collection, filtration, and processing techniques used by cell culture product manufactures.
Don’t question where in the world – know. HyClone™ Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS).
One of the fastest growing trends on the restaurant scene is to tell diners exactly where their food comes from, Why? Because when we know where our food comes from, it’s much easier to monitor and ensure quality assurance. HyClone™ Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) are not only certified and verified for quality, but traceable back to their original source, whether from the US, Australia, or New Zealand. Because honestly, if you deserve to know where your steak comes from, the least we can do is tell you about your FBS.Explore The Product
Get your learning on
When you’re in the business of discovering and developing biopharmaceuticals, you can never know everything – after all, you’re in an industry that is constantly evolving. At Cytiva, we believe that when we share knowledge, everyone wins. That’s why we’ve asked some of our brightest minds to contribute toward a free, on-demand webinar series on how to accelerate process development. Have a look – this one’s on us.Watch the webinar
Securing your serum supply
In this study, we compare key performance metrics for fetal bovine serum sourced from the United States, New Zealand, and Australia. The verdict? Our findings showed no discernible effects on cell culture kinetics, morphology, transfection efficiency, or virus production.Read the article