culture dish


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culture dish

n (Biol, Med) → Kulturschale f
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MDA-MB-231 cells were seeded on a fibronectin-precoated culture dish, then treated with or without diosgenin (5|xM).
The system automatically identifies and focuses on the embryos which are placed in the EmbryoSlide culture dish, and acquires images in multiple focal planes to create time-lapse movies of embryo development.
These cells are good research tools: Scientists can watch how lab-grown neurons behave in a culture dish and test their responses to drugs.
By monitoring the genetic changes in CTCs and their invasiveness in a tissue culture dish, doctors may be able to adjust their treatment plans quickly in response.
The scientists created three subtypes of SMCs from different embryonic tissues which they reproduced in the culture dish and showed that the various SMC subtypes responded differently when exposed to substances that cause vascular diseases.
After washing twice with PBS (Gibco, Invitrogen), the tissues were minced with a surgical blade on a 100 mm culture dish and were incubated as previously described (Koo et al.
NIH-3T3 mouse embryonic fibroblast cells were cultured on the device, observed by optical microscopy, and showed uniform growth characteristics similar to those observed on a traditional polystyrene cell culture dish.
A 10 [micro]l aliquot was dispensed per well of a 24-well Falcon[TM] tissue culture dish containing 2 ml of MFPW and a small cube of malt yeast agar (MYA) serving as a nutrient source for prey bacteria.
Researchers are seeing improved function over what would be done in a conventional cell culture dish, says Borenstein.
At this point, an embryonic stem cell line could be made by transferring cells from the inner cell mass to a culture dish and growing them in a medium that provides support and nutrients.
Researchers can refine raw materials right on the microscope slide or inside the culture dish by visual and automatic identification, outlining the relevant area for non-contact extraction via fully-automated laser ablation.
Takahashi, is to be able to recreate in a culture dish the same environmental conditions that the stem cells would require in the developing organism to trigger specific cell fates.