Technology

“AB Sense Technology™ presents a solution to address key problems plaguing the biomanufacturing industry”

 

 

 

Enabling Growth in the Bioprocessing Industry

AB Sense Technology™ addresses unmet needs in the bioprocessing industry. The lack of adequate disposable sensors hinders the growth and adoption rates of single-use bioreactors which will save the industry a significant amount of time and money. Our multi-analyte, single-use technology provides real-time monitoring for biomanufacturers at a low cost. For more information please see the full article at http://www.tvc.utah.edu/2015annualreport/applied_biosensors.php

 

 


The AB Advantage


Single-use sensors that respond to different biochemicals within same sensor platform, present low production cost, have faster response times and are compatible with multiple sterilization methods.

 



AB Sense Technology™ offers:

 

 

  • Ability to respond to multiple analytes (Glucose, pH, Osmolality, Lactate & more)
  • Fast response times in a wide range of concentrations
  • No inherent hysteresis
  • High sensitivity

 

 

 


  • Portability
  • Gamma sterilization compatibility
  • Minimal foreign material contact
  • Wireless telemetry
  • Low cost, single-use sensor

 

 

 

 

Relevant Publications

  • Rader, Ronald A., and Eric S. Langer. “Upstream single-use bioprocessing systems.” BioProcess Int 10.2 (2012).
  • Eric S. Langer. “Single-use bioprocessing sensor innovation is in need.” LifeScience Leader Magazine (2013).
  • “Single-use bioreactor roundup.” Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (2013).
  • Guenther, Margarita, et al. “Smart hydrogel-based biochemical microsensor array for medical diagnostics.” Advances in Science and Technology 85 (2013): 47-52.
  • Tathireddy, Prashant, et al. “Smart hydrogel based microsensing platform for continuous glucose monitoring.” Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE. IEEE, 2010.
  • chulz, Volker, et al. “In vitro investigations of a pH-and ionic-strength-responsive polyelectrolytic hydrogel using a piezoresistive microsensor.” Proc SPIE. Vol. 7287. 2009.
  • Lin, G., et al. “Osmotic swelling pressure response of smart hydrogels suitable for chronically implantable glucose sensors.” Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 144.1 (2010): 332-336.