CO2 incubators play a critical role in a wide range of clinical and life science research laboratories. They designed to provide a reliable controlled in-vitro environment for optimum tissue cell culture growth. The chamber also provides an environment for the storage and preservation of gametes and animal tissue cell cultures intended for research at or near body temperature. The parameters that contribute to optimum growth conditions are humidity, temperature control, sterility, CO2 gas control, and/or O2 control.
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