Minimizing Contamination During BioPharm R&D

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The right approach to biological safety cabinets, and collaboration between engineers and those who will operate the equipment, is crucial to preventing cell-culture contamination.

Cell-culture contamination is a common challenge facing cell-culture laboratories, with consequences that range from minor to devastating. Every effort must be made to protect the integrity of cell cultures, both for the experiments that are being performed in the laboratory, as well as to prevent problems later on, downstream. When selected and designed correctly, biological safety cabinets (BSCs) play a critical role in protecting cell cultures, laboratory personnel, and the environment. 

Read this article in Pharmaceutical Technology eBook: Biologics and Sterile Drug Manufacturing, May 2020, Pages: 34–37


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Pharmaceutical Technology eBook: Biologics and Sterile Drug Manufacturing
May 2020
Pages: 34–37


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