Mon Nov 15 13:58:30 CST 2021
Cell cryopreservation is a technique that puts cells in a low temperature environment to reduce cell metabolism for long-term storage. In addition to protecting cells, this technology is often used to purchase, gift, exchange, and transport certain cells. So, how do we transfer cryopreserved cells to cell culture flasks?
Fri Nov 12 11:53:37 CST 2021
The cell culture flask is a kind of cell culture consumables of bottle type. In order to promote the adherence performance of cells, the consumables are coated when cultivating primary cells. Commonly used coating buffer include the following:
Thu Nov 11 10:51:02 CST 2021
Subculture refers to the process of dividing the culture into small parts, re-inoculating them into another culture vessel (bottle), and then culturing. Cell culture flasks are commonly used consumables when cultivating cells. So, how to subculture the cells in the flask?
Wed Nov 10 15:58:29 CST 2021
Cell culture refers to a method of simulating the internal environment in vitro to make it survive, grow, reproduce and maintain its main structure and function. In the process of cell culture using cell culture flasks, various problems will be encountered. Cell clumping is a relatively common type. If you pay more attention to the early stage of cell culture, this situation can be avoided.
Mon Nov 08 11:50:20 CST 2021
Cultivating cells is a very rigorous task. In addition to creating a good growth environment for cells, it must also promptly resolve various emergencies during the culture process. Cell clumping in cell culture flasks is a phenomenon often encountered. What is the reason for this situation?