cocultivation

cocultivation

(ˌkəʊˌkʌltɪˈveɪʃən)
n
the act of cultivating jointly
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2] 5-10% cultivation demand 2 Saboraud-dextrose 26 agar growing Aerial micelia 26 development Characteristic odor 26 on cultures Staphylococci [beta] hemolysin cocultivation CAMP 10,11 Rhodococcus equi cocultivation Motility 32 Pin point colonies 8,10,12,50 surrounded by hemolysis Catalase 8,10,12,26,50 Oxidase 12 Lactose fermentation 32 Results or positivity percentage (%) Character Evaluated strains Gram positive + cocobacilli, sometimes pleomorphic Gelatine degradation - Microaerophilic and + C[O.
For cocultivation, a standardized bacterial cell suspension (McFarland scale n 1) was spread with a swab on a plate containing CYA (Czapek Yeast Agar).
Cocultivation conditions selection system and cultivars are some of the important factors which considerably affect the Agrobacterium-mediated transformation efficiency (Joyce et al.
Cocultivation of OVA-stimulated irradiated MARCH1 KO DCs with naive OT-II [CD4.
Kamer I, Kogan-Sakin I, Madar S, Goldfinger N, Rotter V Differential influence of normal and cancer-associated fibroblasts on the growth of human epithelial cells in an in vitro cocultivation model of prostate cancer.
After washing and cocultivation for 2-3 days, the explants were transferred to liquid medium containing 250 mg/l cefotaxime and 100mg/l kanamycin and washed several times to select transformed cells and was checked by PCR technique.
Effects of inoculation and cocultivation factors on transient GUS expression
The cocultivation was carried out in 20 mL of liquid MS (Murashige-Skoog medium) and 400 [micro]L of a 48 hour liquid culture of A.
HC11 cell line was derived from midpregnant BALB/c mouse mammary tissue and is considered to retain important characteristics of normal mammary epithelial cells such as the ability to produce milk protein in response to lactogenic hormones without cultivation on exogenous extracellular matrix or cocultivation with adipocytes or fibroblasts (Marte et al.
Effect of cocultivation of ruminal chytrid fungi with Methanobrevibacter --smithii on lucerne stem degradation and extracellular fungal enzyme activities.
To date, the most widely used methods for isolation are direct plating onto solid media, blood culture in broth, and cocultivation in cell culture (11).