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Incubator contamination is inherently a potential for all incubator manufacturers....

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Incubator contamination is inherently a potential for all incubator manufacturers. Typical laboratories. have thousands of airborne contaminants that may enter a tissue cell culture incubator during a door. opening, and enter the perfect growth environment to survive and reproduce. Elimination...

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...and working conditions in incubators. Susi points out that this tends to reduce vitality and performance. In Adi's opinion, cells require three things in vitro: 1. Optimal temperature (depending on the cell line between 36 and 37 °C). 2. Optimal pH (7.2 to 7.4). 3. Optimal and constant humidity within...

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You Can Improve the Performance of Your CO2 Incubator. The design of a CO2 incubator is critical to culture growth. Culture growth is optimal when the incubator properly blends these elements: CO2 gas, temperature, air quality, and relative humidity. The precision with which these elements...

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CO2 incubator air cleanliness is a primary concern for preventing contamination in cell culture. Some manufacturers equip their incubators with a HEPA filter and claim to provide ISO Class 5 (Class 100) clean air conditions inside the chamber. However, it takes more than simply placing a small HEPA...

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It's a dilemma that researchers face all too often: an unexpected contamination in a CO2 incubator has occurred and it is time to figure out when a full decontamination procedure can be worked into your already over-booked schedule. Here are three key questions to ask to help you choose a CO2...

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Sandia National Laboratories and a Michigan business incubator have formed a partnership to foster the transfer of advanced MEMS technology from the lab to the home and office. Ardesta of Ann Arbor, MI, has received a nonexclusive license to manufacture and sell products using a unique Sandia...

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Water Type and Cleaning for Incubators...

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We received some great questions from attendees during the live webinar, and below is a summary for the benefit of all who need to control humidity and condensation for their work...

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Many terms are used (often interchangeably) to describe the removal of biohazards. In the lab, we often say that a work surface or piece of equipment needs to be "decontaminated." "Sterile" items need to be used. We need to "disinfect" the work area. Is there a difference in what these terms mean?...

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