Activity detection of cells in cell factories - MTT method
Mon Mar 07 11:54:14 CST 2022
The cell factory is a consumable that is often used for adherent cell culture. During the experiment, we need to grasp the growth state of the cells in real time and make relevant adjustments according to the specific situation. Cell viability can be detected by MTT method to determine cell growth.
What are the biological testing items of the cell factory?
Fri Mar 04 12:04:25 CST 2022
Cell factories occupy an important position in large-scale cell culture, mainly used in pharmaceuticals, vaccine production, cell therapy and other fields. Cells are more sensitive to the production environment, so the requirements for consumables are also relatively high. Biological detection is a very important basic detection, mainly including the following items:
What to do if there is Nanobacteria contamination in the cell factory
Thu Mar 03 14:46:15 CST 2022
Nanobacteria is often encountered in cell culture. After the cells are contaminated, the adherent growth will not be affected in a short period of time, and the medium will not quickly turn yellow or turbid like bacteria and fungi. So, what to do if there is Nanobacteria contamination in the cell factory?
Four detection methods for mycoplasma contamination in cell factories
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:
What to do if bacterial contamination occurs in cell factories
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?