cell culture

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cell culture

[′sel ‚kəl·chər]
(cell and molecular biology)
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In reading this book I came to appreciate how technological advances, such as the development of cell culture techniques, lead us to consider more carefully the meaning of "biological.
In the tumor immunology lab, these white blood cells are assayed with a variety of sophisticated cell culture techniques before, during, and after the initial course of therapy.
Both animal and human cell culture techniques are being applied to the development of short-term cytotoxicity and carcinogenicity assays by Sabine H.
He made a significant contribution in combining cell biology, immunology, and 3D cell culture techniques with Arab-Islamic herbal wisdom.
However, factors such as strict license and accreditation procedures and complexity in cell culture techniques restrain the global market for the cell and tissue culture supplies market.
The areas they cover are preparing solutions, microscopy, spectrophotometry, analyzing and presenting data, extracting and clarifying biological material, the electrophoresis of proteins and nucleic acids, chromatography, and cell culture techniques.
Using advance cell culture techniques, PetScreen is able to grow malignant cells from a tumour biopsy in their laboratories.
I can't imagine coming up with the same research information we've had on Marek's disease without cell culture techniques.
The eleven chapters carry titles: Plant biotechnology and the oils and fats industry; Cell culture techniques and canola improvement; Detection of glucosinolates by polyclonal antibodies to sinigrin; Progress in biotechnological approaches in the improvement of soybean seed quality; Production of seed lipids via culture of somatic embryos; Fatty acid composition of light and dark-grown callus cultures of seed cotyledon tissue; Purification and characterization of diacylglycerol acyltransferase from soybean; Speciality oils from micro-algae - new perspectives; Development of canola with novel fatty acid profile; Commercialization of crops with high erucic acid for industrial uses; and Wax ester production by yeast.
Combining advanced cell culture techniques, varied light regimens, progressive dessication and plain old 2,4-dichlorophen-oxyacetic acid (the common weedkiller 2,4-D), three plant physiologists at the University of Guelph have recently developed `artificial seeds' that may one day completely replace plant seeds obtained through natural sexual reproduction.
In addition to the current and future markets, it includes regulatory aspects, new development in cell culture techniques, and patent analysis and growth and restriction factors for the market during the forecast period.
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