Wed Nov 24 11:41:15 CST 2021
Cell passage refers to the process of dividing the culture into small parts, re-seeding in another culture vessel, and then culturing. Cell culture flasks are a common consumable in the process of passaging, so what are the specific steps of cell passaging?
Mon Nov 22 14:27:17 CST 2021
Lysogenic bacteria refer to bacteria that have prophages integrated on their chromosomes and can grow and reproduce normally without being lysed. Mild bacteriophages have been widely used in the fields of transduction, genetic engineering vectors, and molecular biology. The cell culture flask can be used to check the lysogenicity of bacteria. The specific operation method is as follows:
Fri Nov 19 10:42:14 CST 2021
The cell culture flask is a special cell culture consumable with a square and wide bottleneck design. According to the different needs of use, this consumable is divided into 25cm2, 75cm2, 175cm2, 225cm2 and other specifications to meet the different needs of experimenters.
Thu Nov 18 11:22:24 CST 2021
Coliform bacteria refer to a group of gram-negative non-bacillus bacteria that can ferment lactose, produce acid and gas, aerobic and facultative anaerobic. In practical applications, it is often used as an indicator of whether food is contaminated by feces. Among all the detection methods, the use of cell culture flasks for detection is the more commonly used one. The operation steps are as follows:
Wed Nov 17 11:53:19 CST 2021
Cell culture flasks play an important role in medium-scale cell and tissue culture in the laboratory. Common specifications include 25cm2, 75cm2, 175cm2, and 225cm2, which can meet the needs of cell culture of different scales. Different from ordinary plastic bottles, the innovations in the design of cell culture flasks are reflected in the following aspects:
Tue Nov 16 11:53:17 CST 2021
Cell culture flasks are a type of cell culture consumables that are widely used in the market, and are mainly suitable for adherent cell culture. Among them, this consumable is also used in the passage of mouse fibroblasts.