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How To Detect and Avoid Cell Culture Contamination

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Cell culture models offer a homogenous and reproducible system that enables researchers to study the properties of biological systems.

However, to ensure the authenticity and replicability of experimental results, it is very important that the cells are maintained in their optimal health and are free from contamination. 

In this guide, we take a look at how cell culture contamination can be avoided and some of the key ways it can be detected. 

Download this guide to explore key cell culture considerations, including:

  • Personal hygiene and personal protective equipment
  • Employing the aseptic technique
  • Appropriate cell culture waste disposal
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