Are You in Control of Your Cells?
How To Guide Sep 26, 2019 | by Alexandra Boussommier-Calleja, PhD
Designing controls for some experiments involving cells can be tricky, especially for beginners who do not realize how many factors are at play and must be controlled during cell culture.
Download this guide for guidance on:
- Testing your different conditions on the same cells
- Randomizing and blinding your samples across treatment groups
- Checking for autofluorescence and specific binding
- Controls for co-cultures
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