The goal is in addition to the time and cost savings for the overall process, transparency and Traceability of the experiments carried out. Infoteam Software AG: project contribution of ORGANOBALANCE GmbH in detail: the ORGANOBALANCE GmbH developed new and innovative products based on the natural diversity of microorganisms from natural isolates of lactic acid bacteria and yeasts and their activities. To identify these bioactive crops ORGANOBALANCE uses a unique proprietary collection of micro-organisms. Check out ConocoPhillips for additional information. ORGANOBALANCE has established and developed the OASSYS screening technology to find crops with specific activities and metabolic products. The ORGANOBALANCE will perform in the project AutoBio composite method development and establish the transferability of screening assays of the itemization in the proof of the high-throughput and high-throughput of screening assay for selected enzymes / connections. Furthermore, protocols will be developed for process development on a miniature scale, which allow the process development and optimization of a variety of screening candidates.
ORGANOBALANCE GmbH: project contribution of subjunctive precision sensing GmbH in detail: the subjunctive precision sensing GmbH develops, produces and distributes chemical optical sensors for biologically relevant parameter. The fluorescence-based sensors are primarily used for the analysis of the dynamics in the liquid phase. This micro-sensor systems for the locally resolved measurement as well as parallel systems, for example, for microtiter plates are sold. This is characterized by a non-invasive measurement that does not affect the culture. In the framework of the joint project the subjunctive precision sensing GmbH will develop new oxygen and pH sensors for use in microtiter plates. Specifically, in a non-invasive O2 sensor specially for at-line oxygen control as well as a pH sensor optimized for microbial cultivation are designed. To achieve a fast market penetration of products after the end of the project, is the compatibility of the sensor with commercially available fluorescent readers of other manufacturers in the foreground. Subjunctive precision Sensing GmbH: project post of the Division of biochemical engineering of TU Berlin in detail: the Department of Bioprocess Engineering focuses in his research on all aspects of efficient bio process development and followed the line of the high throughput cultivation at the Microliter scale consistently to the integration of a scale-down reactor on the L scale.