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cell culture

[′sel ‚kəl·chər]
(cell and molecular biology)
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Sensitivity of different cell lines to CHPV: PP-9 cell line was observed as the most sensitive cell line to CHPV infection when a different study was carried out to determine the most sensitive cell line among PP-9 cells, Vero E6 and RD cell lines using IFA as the assay system.
Today, Vivalis clients have access to highly performing EX-CELL EBx media, which further strengthens the performance and the robustness of Vivalis EBx cell lines.
Next, the researchers screened 271 of their altered beta cell lines to find the ones most suitable for transplants.
Growth of the penaeid shrimp virus infectious hypodermal and hematopoietic necrosis virus in a fish cell line.
BOSTON -- A private fertility clinic in Chicago has created the first embryonic stem cell lines with genes for muscular dystrophy and other inherited disorders, according to posters presented at a meeting of the International Society for Stem Cell Research.
Recently, South Korean scientists became the first team to create a stem cell line from a cloned human embryo.
Another approach used by Sutton's group involves a collection of microcell hybrids where each clone was derived from a mouse melanoma cell line and contains a small amount of a single human chromosome.
And so, he has been criticized by some for allowing federal funds to be spent on even one such cell line, and by others for denying federal funds that would go to basic research that might generate the medically most useful cells for therapeutic purposes.
The President said that he would allow federal funding--but only on approximately 60 stem cell lines that have already been cultivated (grown).
NYSE Amex: BTX) today announced a material transfer agreement (MTA) with the University of California (UC) system to make five research-grade human embryonic stem (hES) cell lines available to UC system researchers.