What Is Your CO2 Incubator Telling You?

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Incubators are no mystery to the life science industry. They require the perfect synergy between conditions such as temperature, humidity, and CO2/O2 concentrations, each of which can greatly affect the cells if not monitored carefully. Just like many pieces of lab equipment, incubators come in a few different forms that change the way in which data is received, making them difficult to monitor. Having access to reliable data enables lab staff to respond to deviations in real-time.

Download this whitepaper to learn more about:

  • Monitoring and maintaining the proper physiological pH
  • The pros and cons of the three types of incubator monitoring techniques
  • Improving your lab operations