Nurture your incubator; nurture your cells. Proper Care and "Feeding" of Your Cell Culture Incubator
15 May 2014

You trust your work—your cells--to your CO2 incubator. So if a problem occurs, it can be catastrophic for your research, setting you back weeks or months. This webinar provides important points that will help you avoid common mistakes, reduce contamination, and extend the life of your incubator.

Topics Covered:
  • Proper positioning and installation of your cell culture incubator.
  • Best procedure for cleaning and disinfection, including tips for best results with automated high-heat sterilization cycles.
  • Simple maintenance for best results, including when to calibrate, and why distilled water is important.


Thermo Fisher Scientific



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