The specific requirements of a cell culture laboratory depend mainly on the type of research conducted; for example, the needs of mammalian cell culture laboratory specializing in cancer research is quite different from that of an insect cell culture laboratory that focuses on protein expression. However, all cell culture laboratories have the common requirement of being free from pathogenic microorganisms (i.e., asepsis), and share some of the same basic equipment that is essential for culturing cells.
This section lists the equipment and supplies common to most cell culture laboratories, as well as beneficial equipment that allows the work to be performed more efficiently or accurately, or permits wider range of assays and analyses.
- Tissue Disintegration & Single Cell Suspension Preparation
- Culturing of Cells
- Analysing The Effect of Treatment on Cells
- Characterization Of Cells, CTCs, CSCs