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27 h-l). However, intermittent and continuous stirring schemes had no significant effect on the total number of attached cells. ImmobaSil FS carriers performed better than CultiSpher-G and glass beads in term of the rate of cell attachment. 2. Introduction Immobilisation of cells on porous microcarriers provides several advantages over free suspension culture for large-scale mammalian cell process including high cell density and concentration of secreted products (Fleischaker, 1987; Griffiths and Thornton, 1982; Griffiths, 1988).
ImmobaSil FS, CultiSpher-G (Percell, Sweden) and glass beads (Sigma, USA) were washed with phosphate-buffered saline solution and autoclaved. All glass vessels were siliconised before use. Cell attachment experiments were carried out in the 400 ml working volume SIXFORS bioreactors (Infors, UK). 0x105 cells ml-1, RPMI 1640 supplemented with 5% FBS and 60 rpm of agitation were used. 0x105 cells ml-1and 60 rpm of agitation were used. 0x105 cells ml-1, RPMT 1640 supplemented with 10% FBS and different agitation speeds ranged from 20 to 120 rpm were used.