Structured Modeling and Simulation of Oxygen Transport to Hybridoma Cell in a Suspension Culture: Theoretical Analysis
As the demand for monoclonal antibodies increases rapidly because of their diverse use for clinical and analytical application, and protein separation, monoclonal antibody production by hybridoma cell culture in large scale became necessary.
KeywordsOxygen Tension Myeloma Cell Oxygen Transport Oxygen Consumption Rate Dissolve Oxygen Tension
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