Cell Culture: Theory and Practice (Three days)
Cell culture has become an indispensable tool for designing experiments and modeling biological systems. This presentation of cell culture theory and practice is ideal for scientists who want to enhance their understanding of current cell culture practices. This course offers an intermediate level training experience.
Date: April 3-5, November 18-20, 2013
Additional dates can be arranged by contacting PETAL with a custom training request.
9:30 to 17:30 (21 hr)
1400 € VAT excluded for researchers and technicians
1200 € VAT excluded for students
Who should attend:
This course is for students, scientists, laboratory technicians, researchers and others who would like to have an in-depth review of cell culture, cell-based assays and cell signaling.
Maximum number of attendees: 6
A certificate of completion is given to participants.
This class is a three-day overview of cell culture techniques and cell-based assays. Course topics include:
- Overview of the cell culture fundamentals
- Aseptic principles of cell culture techniques with laboratory experience
- Overview of transfection techniques with laboratory experience
- Overview of cell-based assays (e.g., viability, cytotoxicity)
- Cell signaling concepts
Specific course objectives may vary depending on individual and group interests. Please contact us if you have questions.