Removal of all cells from Vessels or Wells without the creation of a new Culture Track.

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The Harvest action is an endpoint action that removes the cells from a set of vessel/wells prior to applying other actions. As an example, Harvest can be used as a primary action when pooling cells before applying separate secondary actions to the same pool of cells (like pooling cells first and using some for Passage, Assay, and Cryopreservation). Harvest can also be used prior to Assay to terminate the wells and indicate the application of an endpoint Assay.

The Harvest action differs from passage in that it doesn't require new vessels nor does it create a new Culture Track but it does terminate the vessels in the action group

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