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Streamlining Quality Control for Cultured Human Cells

Guidelines for maintaining human cells grown ex vivo




Learn comprehensive quality control solutions for cultured cells

Human cells and organs harvested ex vivo are indispensable for human health and disease research. However, they are vulnerable to genetic changes during the isolation and culturing steps. Researchers require stringent quality control measures, such as molecular karyotyping, mutation checks, and contamination detection, before using them for research and clinical applications.

Download this white paper from Thermo Fisher Scientific to learn about strategies and tools to determine the quality of human cells grown ex vivo.