How It Works
The principle of the Cellexus system is a clean sterile bag that is fitted into an enclosure to constrain the vessel.
Contents of the bag are agitated by the influx of gasses through a sparge tube at the narrow end.
These gasses are accurately controlled and, dependent on the environment needed for the process, this can be either:
- Oxygen Nitrogen
- Carbon Dioxide
For mammalian cells, that require low levels of oxygen but constant movement, a series of impellors maintains the movement.
Cellexus CellMaker System Description
Watch our CellMaker System Description video to see our unique method of aerating and mixing culture in the CellMaker single use bioreactor.