Environmental Health & Safety Video Training Series
CELL CULTURE HAZARDS
This video provides guidance for the safe handling of mammalian cell cultures. It will introduce new staff to good laboratory practices and provide a meaningful technical review in safety for the more experienced laboratory worker.
Christine E. Seidman, M.D.
HHMI Associate Investigator
Brigham & Women's Hospital
Mammalian cell culture preparation is routine in many modern biology laboratories. This task raises two concerns: the safety of the researcher because the cell line may contain an infectious agent, and the integrity of the cell cultures because contamination may ruin the science. The following guidelines will serve both science and safety:
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|Produced by Schumann Productions for the
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Office of Laboratory Safety
1992 HOWARD HUGHES MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Used with permission