Ensuring that both new and existing laboratories are environmentally sustainable is not just a trendy label—it is a necessity.
The third entry in our three-part series on CO2 incubation discusses how to prevent contamination of cell cultures by bacteria (including mycoplasmas), viruses, and fungi, or even cross-contamination by other cell lines.
As mentioned in the first installment of this three-part article series, biological contamination is a serious issue for every cell culture laboratory. Learn more about how to prevent it in the second in a three-part series on cell culture contamination.
This is the first in a three-part series on CO2 incubation. Biological contamination is the dread of every person working with cell culture. Find out how to avoid it