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Qkine and Enantis sign licensing deal for hyperstable FGF2-STAB®

Qkine and Enantis have concluded a global licensing deal for Enantis’s patented FGF2-STAB® technology. FGF2-STAB® is a hyperstable form of FGF-2 (bFGF), a core reagent for stem cell culture. FGF2-STAB (FGF2-G3) does not degrade in culture media for enhanced weekend-free stem cell culture media and advanced chemically defined systems, such as those needed in the cultured meat industry.

By |2021-07-26T08:14:57+00:00July 26th, 2021|animal-free, cellular agriculture, news, press release, protein engineering, protein science, stem cells|Comments Off on Qkine and Enantis sign licensing deal for hyperstable FGF2-STAB®

Qkine, with UK biotechnology companies Manchester BIOGEL and Cellesce, is developing fully synthetic animal-free scaffolds to overcome barriers in sustainable and scalable organoid culture, in a project funded by Innovate UK

Qkine, Manchester BIOGEL and Cellesce have been awarded Innovate UK Sustainable Innovation Funding to develop fully synthetic, chemically-defined three-dimensional (3D) scaffolds to enable manufacture scale up and improve reproducibility of patient-derived organoids.

By |2020-11-25T15:00:51+00:00November 25th, 2020|animal-free, news, organoid news|Comments Off on Qkine, with UK biotechnology companies Manchester BIOGEL and Cellesce, is developing fully synthetic animal-free scaffolds to overcome barriers in sustainable and scalable organoid culture, in a project funded by Innovate UK

Implementing animal-free recombinant proteins into stem cell supply chains

Most industries today are under pressure to switch to more ethical and sustainable animal-free alternatives, and now the trend is coming to stem cell labs. As stem cell applications accelerate towards the clinic, novel drug discovery platforms are rapidly scaled, and new transformative stem cell-based technologies such as cultured meat arise, there is [...]

By |2020-11-11T11:12:23+00:00August 26th, 2020|animal-free, protein engineering, quality, stem cells|Comments Off on Implementing animal-free recombinant proteins into stem cell supply chains

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