Growing cell

a device for preserving alive a minute object in water continually renewed, in a manner to permit its growth to be watched under the microscope.

See also: Grow

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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To know more about the Cell Damage & Repair Market Visit the link- https://www.factmr.com/report/2182/cell-damage-repair-market The cancer cells are fast growing cell and chemo drug used in the chemotherapy damages the fast growing cell as chemo drug passes through other healthy body cells and affects their functioning.
STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 2, 2018 -- BioLamina said is entering the growing cell and gene therapy reagents industry to meet the demand for documentation and traceability required for the manufacture of cells for therapy
GE Healthcare announced on Wednesday the acquisition of Biosafe Group SA, a supplier of integrated cell bioprocessing systems for the rapidly growing cell therapy and regenerative medicine industry, for an undisclosed sum.
of Massachusetts) explores the cultural impact in the United States of widespread and growing cell phone and Internet access and use.
The human prostate metastasis derived cell line LNCaP is an androgen dependent growing cell line which expresses 5[alpha]-R2.
3-D cell culture is one of the fastest growing cell culture tools market for drug development, toxicity testing, cancer research, and stem cell research.
3D cell culture is the process of growing cell culture in a 3D environment.
In that paper, Gallo wrote that the apparent difference between LAV and his group's virus may result from "insufficient characterization of LAV because the virus has not been transmitted to a permanently growing cell line for true isolation and therefore has been difficult to obtain in quantity"
Once a tumour is removed, it is passed on to a pathologist who examines the cells under a microscope to see if they are 'high-grade', fast-growing cells, or 'low-grade' slower growing cells. And we can plan further treatment, such as radiotherapy or chemotherapy, based on that diagnosis," explained Dr.
The researchers recently showed that cells kept and grown in lab dishes weren't turning on the proper genes needed to let the cells transition to maturity, a phenomenon they attributed to the artificial conditions of growing cells in a dish.