Changing Cell-Culture Media—It’s All in the DetailsJune 27th, 2012
If you’re a frequent viewer of the television crime dramas or science fiction thrillers, you might be forgiven for imagining that biological lab work is easy. While it is true that advancing technology is making it more straightforward, it’s still not easy. The difficulty, of course, is all in the details. Take a look at this video on the technique for changing cell-culture media. An example of the kind of detail you need to pay attention to: don’t cough or sneeze when you open the laboratory incubator. In fact, it’s a good idea to not even talk when the incubator door is open.
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