Wed Mar 02 10:55:17 CST 2022
Mycoplasma contamination is a very common problem when culturing cells in cell factories. Unlike other contaminations, mycoplasma-contaminated cells generally do not become cloudy, so it is difficult to judge with the naked eye. There are four ways to determine whether cells are contaminated with mycoplasma:
Mon Feb 28 11:50:32 CST 2022
Bacterial contamination is a common source of contamination when using cell factories to culture cells, including Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus albus, Pseudomonas, etc. What should be done if the cells are contaminated by bacteria?
Fri Feb 25 10:11:47 CST 2022
Mold contamination is one of the things that researchers are very worried about in cell culture experiments, often leading to project delays and the loss of scarce cells. So how should mold contamination in cell factories be dealt with to reduce losses?
Thu Feb 24 15:20:07 CST 2022
Cell factories play an important role in large-scale cell culture such as vaccine preparation and lentiviral vectors. When culturing cells, various kinds of pollution are very troublesome. Among the pollution sources, microbial pollution is a relatively common type of pollution.
Wed Feb 23 16:56:11 CST 2022
Cell contamination refers to foreign substances that are mixed into the cell culture environment to produce harmful components and cause cell impurity. There are many common contaminations when culturing cells in cell factories, among which chemical contamination is a very important and common type.