Laboratory mites are a reality. They are members of the Arachnid family and once the wrong ones get into a tissue culture laboratory, they can wreak havoc by moving from one flask to the next. This document will outline procedures for removing the infestation and provide details of preventative measures.
Procedures for Eradicating Laboratory Mites
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Laboratory mites are a reality. They are members of the Arachnid family and once the wrong ones get into a tissue culture laboratory, they can wreak havoc by moving from one flask to the next. I have personally y experienced them and they ruined untold numbers of flasks until I worked out how to totally and easily eliminate them. Instances of total contamination of all flasks in laboratories occur regularly and wipe out all current stock. Gassing laboratories kills only the Mites that have exited flasks looking to enter other flasks. Mites inside flasks are totally untroubled by lab gassing and move to other flasks when the atmosphere is pleasant again. Mite infestation travels very rapidly along light benches, across floors and walls and will destroy all flaks if left uncontrolled. Their mouthparts can chew thru polycarbonate, paper breathers, teflon breathers etc. They can be local environmental mites that stray into your lab or they may be introduced by purchase of infected flasks from other labs. My technique will eliminate existing mite infestations and will recommend routine practices to ensure you do not experience laboratory Mite infestation in future. I know it works from personal experience. My document provides general information and effective instructions to cheaply and totally remove and prevent Mite infestation.