How To Ensure Cell Line Authenticity
How To Guide Jul 09, 2020 | By Jon Welti
You’re about to use cells in your research – how sure are you that the label on the cryotube is a true reflection of the cells inside? This is a critical question to answer in any work using cell lines. By ensuring their authenticity early on, it can save time, money and resources.
Download this guide to ensuring cell line authenticity to discover insights on:
- Current standards in the field
- How to minimize contamination
- The impact of passage number and genetic drift
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