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1. (WO2015175943) ARTICLE MANUFACTURÉ
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CLAIMS

What is claimed is:

1. An article adapted for use with biological or biologically active substances, the article comprising:

a tray comprising:

a base having a top surface; and

a manifold extending from the top surface of the base, the manifold

comprising a sidewall and an upper surface, the upper surface further comprising a channel,

wherein, when viewed from the top surface, the base has an area, AB, the upper surface of the manifold has an area AM, and AB > AM, and wherein the base is adapted to support a plurality of vessels each adapted to contain a fluid.

2. An article adapted for use with biological or biologically active substances, the article comprising:

a tray comprising:

a base having a top surface; and

a manifold extending from the top surface of the base, the manifold

comprising a sidewall and an upper surface, the upper surface further comprising a channel,

wherein, when viewed from the top surface, the base has an area, AB, the upper surface of the manifold has an area AM, and AB > AM;

a plurality of vessels each adapted to contain a fluid, the plurality of vessels disposed on the top surface of the base; and

a tube at least partially recessed in the channel of the tray and extending to at least one of the plurality of vessels, the tube adapted to transport a fluid to the at least one of the plurality of vessels, away from the at least one of the plurality of vessels, or a combination thereof.

3. An article adapted for use in the production of pharmaceuticals, the manufacturing article comprising a tray having a recess, the recess adapted to receive a plurality of vessels and individually support at least one vessel of the plurality of vessels.

4. The article according to any one of claims 1 and 2, wherein the channel extends along a length of the manifold.

5. The article according to any one of claims 1 and 2, wherein the channel has a depth, Dc, as measured from the upper surface of the manifold, wherein the manifold extends from the base a distance, DM, and wherein Dc is less than DM.

6. The article according to any one of claims 1 and 2, wherein the channel is adapted to receive at least a portion of a tube.

7. The article according to any one of claims 1 and 2, wherein the upper surface of the manifold further comprises a plurality of sub-channels.

8. The article according to claim 7, wherein each of the sub-channels is oriented perpendicular to the channel.

9. The article according to claim 7, wherein each of the sub-channels is adapted to receive at least a portion of a sub-tube.

10. The article according to any one of claims 1, 2, and 3, wherein the tray further comprises a handle.

11. The article according to claim 10, wherein the handle is monolithic with the tray.

12. The article according to any one of claims 1 and 2, wherein the tray comprises a recess adapted to receive at least one vessel, and wherein the recess extends from the top surface of the base in a direction toward a bottom surface of the base.

13. The article according to claim 12, wherein, when viewed from a top view, a sidewall of the recess defines a maximum width, as measured between opposite sides of the recess, and a minimum width, as measured between opposite sides of the recess, and wherein the maximum width of the sidewall is at least 1.1 times the minimum width of the sidewall.

14. The article according to any one of claims 3, 12, and 13, wherein the recess defines a plurality of discrete containment regions, each discrete containment region adapted to receive one vessel.

15. The article according to claim 14, wherein, when viewed from a top view, adjacent containment regions of the plurality of discrete containment regions are in open

communication with each other.