Automating cell culturing, harvesting, and cryogenic storage in one end-to-end system
Celltrio integrates Biosero's Green Button Go Automation Scheduling Software with their innovative RoboCell™ Automation Platform to accelerate cell line culturing and harvesting processes, including cryogenic storage, into a highly flexible and modular end-to-end system.
"Combining the Green Button Go scheduling software platform with our robotic cell line development platform provides our customers with an industry-leading solution for workflow management, scheduling, and data aggregation. We see high value in aggregating process data with robotic automation data to build intelligence into existing systems and for future innovations. Green Button Go software enhances our modular approach to building solutions quickly and reliably."
CEO and Cofounder, Celltrio
Biosero’s device and data-agnostic laboratory automation software expands Celltrio’s modular hardware approach, increasing capacity and throughput while producing reliable data for analysis and secure data management.
RoboCell™ delivers automation for cell culture, harvesting, plating, and cell line production, efficiently addressing common cell culture process deficiencies and eliminating human errors. It operates unattended in a BSL-2 processing environment, removing contamination sources to keep lab workers safe. The modular design enables Celltrio’s simple, scalable automation, providing the fastest and most flexible path to cell line automation today.
In addition to Celltrio’s RobotCell cell line automation platform, Green Button Go® Scheduler integrates Celltrio’s automated task modules, including RoboStor™ for LN2 Biobanking; RoboReader™ for cell culturing and imaging; Robo-LH™ for liquid handling; Robo-I™ for incubation; and Robo-C™ for centrifugation. Together, both solutions adapt to laboratory processes and protocols, increasing efficiency with multi-tasking features and remote input from scientists and technicians.
Celltrio, Inc. develops and delivers high-value automation solutions for biobanking and cell line development processes. Growth in the cell culture and harvesting automation market is primarily driven by the need to reduce the time and cost of bringing new drugs to market. Automation does exactly that, enabling scientific experiments to be executed much faster, reducing costs, and letting scientists focus on science rather than spending time in manual manipulation of experimental materials.
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