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diploid cell:

see meiosismeiosis
, process of nuclear division in a living cell by which the number of chromosomes is reduced to half the original number. Meiosis occurs only in the process of gametogenesis, i.e., when the gametes, or sex cells (ovum and sperm), are being formed.
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These factors would establish quadripolarity and promote sporoderm wall deposition on spores, or at least spore domains, as opposed to surrounding the entire diploid cell.
Then they submit a group paper summarizing what they learned from viewing the cells and how the HeLa cells are different from normal, diploid cells.
1973, "The effects of adapting human diploid cells to grow in glutamic acid media on cell morphology, growth and metabolism," J.
If you are bitten, wash the wound with soap, clean water and alcohol and go straight to hospital where you need to ask for Human Diploid Cell Vaccine.
Difference of growth-inhibitory effect of Scutellaria baicalensis-producing flavonoid wogonin among human cancer cells and normal diploid cell.
Because positive bat antiserum from naturally infected bats was not available, for positive controls we used human rabies immunoglobulin, LBV-positive rabbit serum, and serum from mice vaccinated with human diploid cell vaccine.
Today high-risk personnel can be immunized with an inactivated vaccine prepared from a virus grown in human diploid cell culture (Human Diploid Cell rabies Vaccine, HDCV) or from one grown in rhesus diploid cells (Rhesus Vaccine, Adsorbed, RVA).
RabAvert also has proven effective in boosting titers when administered as a booster dose to individuals (n = 67) who previously were immunized with RabAvert or a human diploid cell vaccine.
HCMV AD169 strain was propagated using a human embryonic lung (HEL) fibroblast diploid cell line (subculture number 16).
This paper investigates the relationship between animal rabies and postexposure treatment (PET) in Ontario by examining the introduction of human diploid cell vaccine (HDCV) in 1980 and the initiation of an oral rabies vaccination program for wildlife in 1989.
Candidate cell substrates for a new smallpox vaccine also include continuous cell lines or diploid cell strains of human or animal origin.
Six were bat handlers who had received postexposure treatment with five doses of rabies human diploid cell vaccine (HDCV) during a 1996 campaign that followed the diagnosis of the first human case of ABL (2,7).