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CO2 Incubators - More Features Demand More Questions when Shopping for Environmental Control
In a 2012 report, Global Industry Analysts in San Jose, California forecast a growing market for carbon dioxide (CO2) incubators. That comes as no surprise given this technology’s laundry list of applicable fields, which includes cell and tissue culture, protein synthesis, and much more.
CO2 Incubators - New Environmental Precision Gives Researchers More Control
The evolution of incubators started with the control of heat. Then, scientists wanted humidity control. The desire to control an incubator’s pH spawned CO2 incubators.
Non-Gassed Incubators - Advanced Controls Keep the Temperature Accurate Throughout the Box
To grow a culture of bacteria, researchers typically use an incubator. The so-called non-gassed or microbiological incubators come in many styles, and usually provide temperature options of 5 to 70 degrees Celsius, although most researchers grow bacteria at 37 degrees Celsius. Yeast, on the other hand, usually grows better at 30 degrees Celsius.