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cell line

n.
A cell culture that is derived from one cell or set of cells of the same type and in which under certain conditions the cells proliferate indefinitely in the laboratory.

cell line

n
(Biology) biology a clone of animal or plant cells that can be grown in a suitable nutrient culture medium in the laboratory
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(Alliance News) - Abcam PLC said Tuesday it has acquired the live cell line and lysates portfolio of EdiGene Inc, a company which uses genome editing technology to create novel therapeutics for a range of diseases.
The following primer pair consistently amplified a 710-bp fragment of COI (cytochrome c oxidase subunit I) across the broadest array of silkworm and cell line (Folmer et al., 1994):
I[C.sub.50] values were detected as the concentrations that exhibited 50% inhibition of proliferation on any tested cell line. I[C.sub.50] values were detected as the average of three replicates.
It was reported yesterday that the contract has been signed for its technologies to support the development and manufacture of a biomanufacturing cell line for commercial use.
We performed [gamma]H2AX analysis on eight primary STS cell lines. The osteosarcoma (U-2 OS) and retinal epithelial (hTERT-RPE1) cell lines were used as tumour and nontumour cell line controls, respectively.
The researchers created 711 cell lines and generated detailed information about their genome, the proteins expressed in them, and the cell biology of each cell line.
We used a leave-one-out cross-validation approach, where the classifier was developed using 34 of the 35 cell lines as a training set, leaving one cell line as a test set.
Normalization of the results was performed using the level of expression of the gene FMR1 and GAPDH in cell line GM06895 as described earlier and all X-fold changes presented as values relative to GM06895 [16, 17].
Chinese Hamster Ovary (CHO) cells have been used in culture for over 50 years and since 1987, with the approval of the first CHO-produced protein-based therapeutic (Activase), CHO cells has been the industry's cell line workhorse for the production of mammalian-expressed protein therapeutics.