Real-time viable biomass measurements in challenging microbial applications using capacitance technology
Presented by Thomas Brisky, Aber Instruments Inc & Christ Stowers of Corteva
November 11th 2020
Thomas Brisky of Aber gives an overview of the Aber technology and its use in microbial applications.
Dielectric spectroscopy (DS), also known as capacitance technology, has been widely used as a PAT tool to measure biomass in real time, in various applications involving mammalian, insect, bacterial and microbial cells.
It has been viewed as a particularly useful technology to measure cells in challenging microbial and bacterial applications, where other methods struggle to measure cell density reliably. This webinar primarily focus on the microbial and bacteria applications for which capacitance technology has been utilized.
- Understanding the principle of Aber’s capacitance measurement technology
- Application of Aber’s technology in microbial and bacterial processes
- Relationship between capacitance and offline measurements
If you would like to learn more about using our technology for monitoring your microbial application please don’t hesitate to contact via the form on the website.