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Cell seeding, the first cell culture step, is key to achieving reproducible results. One challenge, though, is maintaining similar cell numbers throughout your experiments. To get started, browse products for cell seeding, including centrifuge tubes, pipets, tips, and more. You can also explore helpful cell culture resources to inform your purchase.
Your next step, cell expansion, is necessary for cell growth and will take place in a vessel containing a culture medium. There are multiple options available based on the cell line being studied. To prepare, shop products for cell expansion, including media, sera, and flasks for your research. For more information on these items, download the resources below.
- Gibco FBS One Shot Brochure (PDF, 9.5MB)
- Corning HYPERStack Cell Culture Vessel Data Sheet (PDF, 389KB)
- Corning Growing More Cells Application Note (PDF, 1.1 MB)
- Corning Beginning-to-End Solutions Cell Culture Brochure (PDF, 1.4 MB)
- Selecting the Right Incubator Buying Guide
- Cytiva HyClone Cell Culture Media Flyer (PDF, 218 KB)
Collecting and isolating cells may involve centrifugation, depth filtration, and cell detachment. Before proceeding, adherent cells should be detached from the surface of the cell culture flask or dish. Choose to harvest your cells with products from our portfolio. Find cell scrapers, lifters, and reagents, as well as resources to support your workflow.
Now that your cells are harvested, determine how you’ll read your results. There are many equipment options available to make this process more accurate and efficient. Buy counters, readers, and more to detect cells and cell colonies. Learn about microplate selection and imaging with our additional resources.
Begin to study your cells through observation and analysis. With the right equipment, you can make this step of your workflow more effective. Choose from a variety of microscopes and microplate washers and readers for your cell culture analysis. For more information, browse our brochures and buying guides or visit our cell analysis page.
There are many product options and techniques to choose from when storing your cells. Cryopreservation, for example, helps you keep cells safe long term for future research projects. Find vials, microplates, and media for cell storage. Make these products part of your workflow by learning more and placing an order.
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