Understanding and Managing Cell Culture Contamination

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Culture contaminants may be biological or chemical, seen or unseen, destructive or seemingly benign, but in all cases, they adversely affect both the use of your cell cultures and the quality of your research. Although contamination cannot be totally eliminated, it can be managed to reduce both the frequency and the seriousness.

This free guide provides a review of cell culture contamination, the problems it causes, as well as hints and tips for controlling contamination in your work.

Download this guide to discover:

  • The major cell culture contaminants
  • Sources of biological contaminants
  • Key concepts and practical strategies for managing contamination