Tissue culture is a generic term for organs and cell cultures. The termis used interchangeably. Cell cultures come from cell suspension and primary tissue explants. Primary cell cultures have a finite life span.
Tissue culture is a technique or process of making tissue grow in a culture medium that is outside the organism. When direct access to cells is needed, culture dishes are the choice formats. The cell culture dishes used in the process must be sterile.
The serological pipette is a laboratory instrument that transfers liquids measured in volume by ml. Most have graduations on the side for measuring the liquid being dispensed or aspirated. An important step when culturing or plating cells is the even distribution throughout a solution.
The use of serological pipettes is an efficient and gentle means of mixing cell suspensions. They can also be used for mixing reagents and chemical solutions. After treatment or isolation of experimental cell cultures, serological pipettes are useful in transferring colonies of cells for further empirical analysis or expansion.