Safe and Contamination-free Handling of Cell Culture Supernatants
10 February 2016

The removal of supernatants from culture vessels is a typical and repetitive daily routine for many researchers. For small sample sizes, it can be a purely manual procedure using micropipettes. However, for larger sample volumes vacuum based techniques with the appropriate accessories are much more efficient and therefore provide a more effective workflow. In this white paper, learn why for safe and contamination-free removal of cell culture supernatant, compact, semi-automatic vacuum systems are now the preferred method.

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