In research using cultured cells and being able to achieve experimental reproducibility is often a challenge. To overcome this problem, consistent cell culture protocols and the recording of cell characteristics over time are proposed as countermeasures. However, acquiring the quantitative data required to deploy these measures places a burden on researchers. In this application note, we introduce an approach to improve the reproducibility of experiments by acquiring quantitative data in cultures using the CM20 system, alleviating the onus of data gathering placed on researchers.
Access this white paper to learn how quantitative data can be acquired without the intervention of the researcher or the risk of destabilizing the cell culture environment.