Identifying and Correcting Common Cell Growth Problems

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Dr. Ann E. Rossi

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Introduction - Common cell growth problems and fundamentals of healthy cell cultures: 1:42 - 13:17 Problems related to technique: 13:18 - 19:44 Problems related to media: 19:45 - 26:39 Problems related to cell culture incubators: 26:40 - 33:43 Guide for troubleshooting - general tips and tricks: 33:44 - 38:08 Q&A Session: 38:08 - 47:54 Cell Culture is a powerful research tool in the life sciences. However, the dynamic nature of living cells can make cell culture a difficult tool to work with in the laboratory, even for the most experience hands. As one of the major suppliers of vessels, media, and sera used in cell culture, Corning Life Sciences often receives calls from anxious customers who are experiencing growth or attachment problems with their cell lines to determine what is responsible for the erratic behavior or loss of their cultures. Identifying the underlying causes of erratic cell behavior, unexplained experimental results, or loss of cultures is often a difficult, time-consuming task. This webinar will help identify and solve common cell culture problems can be traced to the three common problem areas of technique, incubators, and media. Dr. Ann E. Rossi graduated from the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry with a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and received postdoctoral training at the University of Chicago. Ann began her career with Corning Life Sciences as the Applications Lab Manager where she utilized her strong academic and industry research experience to direct the activities of the Applications Laboratory. Currently, Dr. Rossi is the Senior Bioprocess Applications Scientist, functioning as the technical lead for generating applications in support of Corning Life Sciences’ Bioprocess and Cell/Gene Therapy portfolios including CellCube and HYPERStack platforms.

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