Quality Management in Cell Culture Labs (Quality Management in Cell Culture Labs)
Defining standards in cell culture is usually perceived as being complicated and therefore, establishing guidelines is often postponed or omitted. However, standardization is an indispensable prerequisite for gaining reliable, objective, and reproducible results and consistently avoiding contamination. In this course, you will be instructed on how to perform routine cell culture methods according to current quality guidelines. Even though GMP and GLP are not a central topic in this course, standardization will be presented e.g., by generating SOPs and by using recommendations in line with cGLP/cGMP regulations.
Optional / Voluntary
Technical and scientific staff members with cell culture experience who want to improve the quality of their cell cultures and the reliability of their results, but do not work under GMP or GLP.
Researchers, Regulators and policy-makers, Technicians, Managers, Scientific officers / Project managers
Academia, Industry, Governmental bodies, Contract Research Organizations (CROs), Consulting, SMEs
Continuing Professional Development, University (Bachelor), University (Master), Postdoctoral (teaching and research)
In vitro methods
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Topics in this theory course are:
Standardization of cell culture routine methods such as passaging, thawing, and freezing of cells
Contamination control with a focus on mycoplasma
Quality of reagents in cell culture, e.g., FCS
Prevention of cross contaminations
Methods for characterizing cells
Assurance of lasting quality of cell lines
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