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cell culture

n.
1. The technique or process of growing bacterial or fungal cells or cells derived from tissues of living organisms in a culture medium.
2. A culture of cells grown by this technique or process.
Translations

cell culture

n (Biol) → Zellkultur f
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Heavy research into the same has allowed researchers to produce a wide variety of cell cultures, each requiring different parameters for survival.
More complex than conventional cell cultures, the devices can better replicate a living creature's bodily reactions.
Characterization of the Virus in EBN Primary Kidney Cell Cultures
The researchers compared osteopontin levels in a benchmark healthy ovarian epithelial cell culture with those of 4 other healthy ovarian epithelial cell cultures, 10 serous-type ovarian epithelial cancer cell lines, 2 mucinous-type ovarian cancer cell lines, and 2 clear cell-type ovarian cancer cell lines.
Additionally, the cell culture should be immortal, but not tumorigenic, to avoid the complexities of human tissue acquisition that are inherent in the isolation and propagation of primary cell cultures.
Cell culture technology is used to carry out processes external to the natural environment by maintaining controlled environments which enable the growth of various cell cultures for use in medicine and research.
The demand for cell culture is rising due to continuous growth in the biologic drugs market such as vaccines, antibodies, and proteins using mammalian cell cultures, production of artificial organs for use in regenerative medicine and increasing prevalence of cancer.
His company had begun producing vanilla through cell cultures but now has shifted its bioreactors to yew-cell cultures.
Contents: List of protocols Abbreviations 1 Introduction to basic principles 2 Scaling-up of animal cell cultures 3 Cell line preservation and authentication 4 Development of serum-free media 5 Three-dimensional culture 6 Tissue engineering 7 Cytotoxlclty and viability assays 8 Fluorescence In situ hybridization 9 Genetic modification 10 Epithelial stem cell Identification, isolation, and culture David Hudson 11 Senescence, apoptosis, and necrosis Ian R.
Information on different types of cell cultures and products from cell culture technology as well as the advantages and disadvantages for the use of various types of media are also covered.
The D3 Duet(TM) DFA kits use brighter, easily distinguishable fluorescent stain colors to improve interpretation of virus-infected cell cultures by combining monoclonal antibodies labeled with either Fluorescein Isothiocyanate (FITC) or R-Phycoerythrin (R-PE) in one reagent for simultaneous detection.
To achieve the targeted number of responses, Frost & Sullivan partnered with "The Scientist Magazine" to survey laboratory professionals who either currently perform cell cultures or plan to do so in the next X months.