LSG has been awarded Knowledge Transfer Partnership funding from Innovate UK, to work in partnership with Coventry University to develop new life science research products that will conform to new legislation, while preventing contamination and allowing for greater reproducibility.
Animal-derived sera are routinely used in the majority of cell culture applications. However, these are finite commodities that are subject to the dynamics of supply and demand economics. In addition, many new applications require the use of animal free derivatives. So the aim of this 3 year project is to develop high-quality, fully defined alternatives to animal-derived products.
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