Is cell culture a risky business? Risk analysis based on scientist survey data.

@article{Shannon2016IsCC,
  title={Is cell culture a risky business? Risk analysis based on scientist survey data.},
  author={Mark Shannon and Amanda Capes-Davis and Elaine Eggington and Ronnie Georghiou and Lily I. Huschtscha and Elsa L. Moy and Melinda D Power and Roger R Reddel and Jonathan W. Arthur},
  journal={International journal of cancer},
  year={2016},
  volume={138 3},
  pages={664-70}
}
Cell culture is a technique that requires vigilance from the researcher. Common cell culture problems, including contamination with microorganisms or cells from other cultures, can place the reliability and reproducibility of cell culture work at risk. Here we use survey data, contributed by research scientists based in Australia and New Zealand, to assess… CONTINUE READING