coculture

coculture

(ˌkəʊˈkʌltʃə)
vb (tr)
to culture together
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Coculture of autologous limbal and conjunctival epithelial cells, to treat severe ocular surface disorders: Long- term survival analysis.
Induction of plantaricin production in Lactobacillus plantarum NC8 after coculture with specific gram-positive bacteria is mediated by an autoinduction mechanism.
Accelerated microbial-induced CaCO3 precipitation in a defined coculture of ureolytic and non-ureolytic bacteria.
Thus, in vitro culture of embryo and the coculture with ESCs verified the recent report of El-danasouri et al.
Human nasal turbinates as a viable source of respiratory epithelial cells using coculture system versus dispase-dissociation technique.
Quercetin and sesamin protect dopaminergic cells from MPP+-induced neuroinflammation in a microglial (N9)-neuronal (PC12) coculture system.
Sesbania coculture + cutting residue incorporation was not effective in reducing the population of grasses, sedges and broadleaf which were the dominant weed species in DSR, thus resulting in highest weed population over other weed management practices (Jabran et al, 2012).
After the coculture period, primary mouse cardiomyocytes were removed from the plates, washed, and total cell RNA was extracted in Trizol[R] reagent (Invitrogen) following the instructions of the supplier.
Improvement of human early embryo development in vitro by coculture on monolayers of Vero cells.