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Product Spotlight
Cell IQ Series CO2 / O2 Incubators

The industry’s most complete cell culture solution for highly regulated applications or conventional incubation. Now with safe, effective and documented 3 hour in situ H2O2 decontamination for the fastest turn-around and maximum availability. The Panasonic Cell IQ Series incubators are designed for a wide array of demanding and highly regulated applications in the biomedical, pharmaceutical, medical research and clinical laboratory.

Twin Guard® Series

The Panasonic Twin Guard® Series satisfies an industry demand for safe, long-term storage for the most high-valued materials. Two, independent refrigeration systems, combined with optional liquid nitrogen or liquid CO2 back-up systems, offer a circle of protection unmatched in the marketplace. Developed for use with conventional inventory racks and boxes, the Twin Guard Series is ideal for storage of sensitive stem cells, embryos, cell lines, and other rare specimens.

Literature & Resources

H2O2 Decontamination Biological Efficacy

H2O2 decontamination has been tested against many organisms and classes of organisms. The following documents detail the most significant current knowledge that can be used the efficacy of H2O2 decontamination against types and groups of organisms.

  1. H2O2 Decontamination Biological Efficacy
  2. A Comparative Analysis of UV Light Decontamination versus High Heat Sterilization in the Cell Culture CO2 Incubator, with Active Background Contamination Contro
  3. Comparative Analysis of H2O2 vs. Heat

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Cell Culture Solution Advantage for Mesenchymal Stem Cell Research

Recent advances in stem cell research have highlighted the importance of oxygen as a prime factor amongst the environmental conditions for the in vitro expansion and differentiation of Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC). Studies have suggested that atmospheric oxygen during MSC culturing does more harm than good for the growth of these cells. Learn more in The Stanford University study highlighting the importance of physiological oxygen, specifically for the growth of MSCs.

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