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Remove the coverslips from the NaOH solution and rinsed at least three times in deionized water. 8. Remove the coverslips from the rack and allow to air-dry on lint-free disposable wipes. 9. When completely dry, bake the coverslips for 3 h at 180°C for sterilization. 2. Cell Slides 1. In a laminar flow hood, under sterile conditions, cells are harvested and counted in the usual manner. 2. ). If using coverslips use sterile forceps to arrange them in the dish so that they do not overlap one another.