BioBUZZ Article about hollow fibre culture of cells

“If you’ve worked in cell culture, you’ve surely had experience dealing with tissue culture flasks. These plastic vessels are the staple of cell culture work, but they definitely have their share of shortcomings. Having to transfer your cells to gradually larger flasks to scale up. Carefully monitoring and changing the media. Remember to feed your cells growth factors to keep them happy. Splitting your cells to keep them from overgrowing and becoming wonky. Crying when your cells get contaminated after you split them. Worrying whether you’ve passed your cells too many times for them to be viable. Your labmate getting mad at you because you took up all the space in the incubator…” Continue reading here :