You have spent hours planning, writing detailed protocols and optimizing your experiment. You painstakingly set it up, with the correct number of cells and precise conditions, and are eager for the interesting results you will generate, only to find two days later that you have contamination.
It is difficult to avoid contamination completely, but there are various things you can do to minimize the chance of it happening.
Download this guide to discover tips on:
- Appropriate reagent use
- Cell handling, storage and maintenance
- General cleanliness in the lab