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Nisco Engineering AG

Wehntalerstrasse 562
Zürich, CH-8046, Switzerland
Switzerland

Phone: +41/44/380 06 30
Fax: +41/44/380 06 31
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Description:

Nisco offers encapsulation systems to produce monodisperse microbeads between 20 microm and 2mm for the immobilisation of cells or biological, pharmacological respectively cosmetic substances and other applications.

The NISCO encapsulation / immobilisation systems have potential applications in the field of:

drugs (slow release medication)
plant cells (artificial seeds)
enzymes and catalysators
flavour and fragnances (slow perception)
animal cells and microorganisms, and more...

The modular design approach of the systems allows customer specific configurations based on a choice of available standard process equipment and components. The installations, which meet today's cGMP- and FDA-requirements, are delivered with sterility guaranteed.



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Last update of this entry: October 29, 2015

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