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De-Risking Cell Culture: Getting Canny With Contamination

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When growing cells in vitro, there is no local or systemic immune system in place to protect two- and three-dimensional cultures from an onslaught of opportunistic pathogens, whether bacterial, fungal or viral in nature. Arriving from a variety of potential sources they can quickly take over a culture, influence the dynamics of experiments and render them useless. Other forms of contamination, such as those that are chemical in nature, can produce unseen yet profound effects.

Download this guide to learn how to:

  • Achieve effective aseptic technique
  • Identify microbial infections
  • Develop essential contingency plans