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Cell Culture

Cell culture, a process by which cells taken out from its primary source and are grown in an artificial, controlled environment can be a nerve-wrecking experience for most and especially to students new to the art. This technique allows researchers and scientists to study cells for numerous applications, from basic research to drug discovery and development. The work, however, not only demands the strictest of sterile practises but also the best in all elements as the slightest insufficient will lead to frustrating biological variations and data irreproducibility.


Cell culture media are essential components for the growth and maintenance of healthy cell cultures. It comprises of source of energy and basic need for the cell to growth such as amino acid, vitamin, salts and glucose; chemical or salt which help to maintain the pH and osmolality of the environment. Each of the cell line would have different need of culture media or supplement. Hence, the user need to understand about their cell prior to any experiments.


What Sets Cell Culture Ware Apart from Ordinary Plastic Ware?
Cell culture wares are distinct from typical plastic ware in several ways. Firstly, they are all made from polystyrene (PS). A premium cell culture wares are made from high quality resins, equipped with patented surface treatment technology, excellent product design, and are ISO13485 Medical Device certified. These features, coupled with predetermined limits SAL (Sterility Assurance Level of 10-6) and many more, contribute to the production of highly reliable, top-quality products. This gives users assurance and highly reproducible results.


Microscopes are essential tools for the observation and analysis of cells in cell culture. A high-quality microscope is able to provide clear and precise imaging of cells, enabling researchers to visualize and study cell morphology, growth patterns, and other cellular processes.


The right instrument is able to produce reliable results while maximizing on productivity. The equipment designed needs to be consistent in regulating precise experimental conditions, efficient in maintaining aseptic environment, sufficiently sensitive to provide accurate and reliable data. Biosafety cabinets, CO2 incubators, microscope, centrifuge and cryopreservation tanks are one of the key equipments required in cell culture.