Detecting microbial contamination. The key to valid results.
26 April 2021
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Up to 70% of mammalian cell cultures used to publish work are unknowingly contaminated by bacteria, viruses, or parasites. Perfectus Biomed has set the course to help researchers and scientists detect contamination and obtain valid results.
In just three months, with the help of QIAGEN, we built a new molecular biology lab and designed a PCR workflow from sample to insight.
Dr. Samantha Westgate, CEO and Founder, Perfectus Biomed Group, England
If you're cultivating a sample in a lab, in a non-sterile environment, you might be bringing in particular viruses or different pathogens, such as parasites.
Paul Malone, Scientist, Perfectus Biomed Group, England
Is microbial contamination jeopardizing your work?
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