jueves, 14 de junio de 2018

Simplified Mammalian Cell Harvesting without Centrifuging

Simplified Mammalian Cell Harvesting without Centrifuging

 June 14, 2018 
 The latest microbiology news from the AZoNetwork 
 #ALT#Simplified MammalianCell Harvesting without Centrifuging

Centrifuging adds time and can potentially damage the cell sample, Dr Michael Grauf discusses how cell clarification and sterile filtration can be achieved in one step.

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