FBS Bioprocess

Fetal Bovine Serum is necessary for many biopharmaceutical applications. To minimize the contamination risk from animal-derived products, both the FDA and the European counterpart, the EMEA, have released important directives, regulations, and guidelines for the use of bovine sera in biopharmaceutical or diagnostic processes.

General and specific tests for viral contamination and validated inactivation steps have to be carried out in addition for FBS to be used in veterinary medicinal products.

 

Advantages at a glance

  • Tested according to all current biopharmaceutical guidelines for bovine-derived products
  • No BVD antibody interferences
  • Gentle irradiation at 35 kGy upon request
  • Comprehensive documentation on traceability

 

Applications

  • Vaccine production of recombinant monoclonal antibodies
  • Manufacturing of monoclonal antibodies
  • Production of recombinant growth factors
  • Advanced cell therapy

Fetal Bovine Serum BioProcess, Origin USA

Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) is the most frequently used growth supplement for cell culture media. FBS Bioprocess is tested according to 9CFR and EMEA.
Cat-No:
FBS-24B
Volume:
100 ml
Storage:
≤-15°C
Sterility:
Sterile-filtered
on request View Details

Fetal Bovine Serum BioProcess, Origin USA

Fetal Bovine Serum (FBS) is the most frequently used growth supplement for cell culture media. FBS Bioprocess is tested according to 9CFR and EMEA.
Cat-No:
FBS-24A
Volume:
500 ml
Storage:
≤-15°C
Sterility:
Sterile-filtered
on request View Details

Fetal Bovine Serum BioProcess Virus Tests

Viral antibodies

 

BVD-1-AB

x

BVD-2-AB

x

Rabies-AB

x

 

 

Viral contaminants

 

Bovine Adeno Virus (BAdV)

x

Bluetongue Virus (BTV)

x

Ungulate bocaparvovirus 1, former Bovine Parvovirus (BPV)

x

Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus (BRS-V)

x

Reovirus (Reo-3)

x

Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus (BVD-V)

x

Rabies Virus

x

Parainfluenza Virus (Pl-3)

x

Bovine Herpes Virus (BHV-I/IBR)

x

 

 

Special BVD tests

 

Comparative BVD virus growth inhibition

x

BVD-AB Interferences

x