Cell Culture Even Distribution Tips

In cell experiments, have you ever encountered the situation that cells are always spread unevenly? So how to solve this problem? Don’t worry, today I will introduce some cell culture even distribution tips to you.

Possible Cause of Uneven:

  • The hardware reason of the product is relatively critical. The bottom of the product itself is uneven, and no matter how well you do other operations, it is a waste of effort. So choosing the right culture vessel is very important.
  • In addition to the culture vessel itself, an imbalance in the placement of the incubator can also cause cells to pool to one side.
  • Insufficient addition of culture medium causes more adsorption on the edge of the liquid in the culture vessel, resulting in differences in cell distribution.
  • Stacking the culture vessels too high can easily cause unintentional tilting and the cell distribution will follow.
  • The shock after inoculating the cells is too strong, which will produce centrifugal effect and affect the position of the cells.
  • The method of circling and mixing will cause the cells to be thinner in the middle.
  • Cell density was too low when plating.
  • Loading the sample too quickly The sample loading position is too concentrated, which causes the cells to aggregate in a certain place of sample loading.

Cell Culture Even Distribution Tips:

  • 6 cell culture plateChoose a product with a certificate of conformity produced by a regular manufacturer, and the quality of the culture vessel will be guaranteed.
  • Check the balance of the incubator.
  • Add enough culture medium.
  • Try not to stack too much on the cell culture dish.
  • Do not shake after inoculation, to avoid cells being affected by shaking, thus affecting the uniform distribution.
  • Improve mixing: Try mixing with a criss-cross pattern using gentle pressure.
  • Before culturing the seed plate, put it into the incubator for a period of saturation before taking it out, which can appropriately increase the cell density and provide a basis for the uniform distribution of cells.
  • Gently and slowly add the sample, and operate the sample at different parts, and manually help the cells to distribute evenly.

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