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Cell Culture Technology

The submerged cultivation of human, animal and plant cells for research or production purposes is still a fine art: most cell cultures are sensitive to mechanical forces and require special nutrients and O2/CO2 concentrations. Due to the low cell division rates, the risk of contamination is always an issue. Special microtiter plates, bioreactors and sensors are only a few of the special cell culture products available.

Companies Cell Culture

Sartorius AG, Germany

The Sartorius Group is a leading international laboratory and process technology provider covering the segments of biotechnology and mechatronics. Founded in 1870, the Goettingen-based company currently employs more than 4,500 persons. The major areas of activity in its biotechnology segment focu more

Products Cell Culture

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Modular inverted microscope for cell cultures ✓ 20% larger visual field ✓ No halos/shadows ✓ Fluorescence microscopy & Umbra Shield ✓ Learn more! more

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Videos Cell Culture

Special offer: Inverted microscope + maintenance contract = free EP50 microscope camera*

The CKX53 inverse microscope from Olympus makes your daily work routines easier thanks to its unrivaled visual field and advanced imaging capabilities. Inspired by the experience of many users, this microscope was specially developed and perfectly tailored for observing cell cultures. It gives you a more

Definition

Cell culture

Cell culture s in culture, stain ed for keratin (red) and DNA (green) Cell culture is the process by which prokaryotic , eukaryotic or plant cell s are grown under controlled conditions. In practice the term "cell culture" has come to refer ... more

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