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Cell Culture – Good Practice and Advanced Methods

Gloved hands hold an agar dish and a cotton swab. In the background other agar dishes and a test tube rack can be seen.
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Cell culture is an essential component of most biological and biomedical research and is also a source of material in regenerative medicine. In all aspects of cell culture, it is critical to implement appropriate quality control to ensure high standards and avoid contamination.

This article explores how quality control can improve protocol standardization, enhance scalability and ensure that cultures meet regulatory criteria.

Download this article to learn more about:

  • Cell culture applications in research and medicine
  • Best practices to ensure quality control
  • Innovative automated technologies to monitor quality control

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