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            How To Safeguard Your Cell Culture From Contamination

            Contamination of your cell culture can be the result of any of these conditions:

            • Contaminated glass or plastic ware
            • Contaminated media
            • Contaminated cell line
            • Improper technique
            • Incubators and its components
            • Airborne contaminants
            • Lab environment & instruments
            • Operators themselves!

            Materials available:

            1. How to Safeguard Your Cell Culture From Contamination Poster

            Working Safely In Your Biological Safety Cabinet

            2. Minimizing Contamination in Cell Culture

            Minimizing Contamination in Cell Culture