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cell culture

[′sel ‚kəl·chər]
(cell and molecular biology)
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3D cell culture is a process that includes an artificially created environment where biological cells are studied on the basis of their growth pattern and their interaction with their surroundings on a three-dimensional scale.
[ClickPress, Tue Mar 05 2019] 3D cell culture is a man-made environment which is created to allow cells to grow and interact with the surroundings in all three dimensions.
Researchers globally are realizing the potential of 3D cell culture for various applications, including testing and discovering new drugs to treat cancer, organ-on-chip models to study the human physiology in an organ specific context, and 3D cell printing to produce organ models.
"This round of financing allows us to expand our integrated CMC services and to increase current media production capacity by building the world's largest cell culture medium manufacturing facility."
This training workshop aims the practical demonstration and hands on training of different cell culture techniques which will make the participants familiar with culturing of different types of cells including bacterial, fungal and mammalian cells.
To enter the cell culture media business, Fujifilm acquired Fujifilm Wako Pure Chemical, a reagent manufacturer.
In the present study, hybridoma technology has been used to develop a murine hybridoma cells producing monoclonal antibody by the conditioning of cell culture media with different carbohydrates in vitro.
The development of three-dimensional (3D) cell culture systems has greatly expanded over the past few decades.
The CKX53 is a next-generation inverted microscope designed for fast, efficient cell culture checking and documentation.
MORGANTOWN, W.V., August 10, 2015 -- A researcher here is studying ways to advance the next generation of cell culture technologies--the removal of stem cells from an organism and the controlled growth of those cells in an engineering environment--that could someday treat debilitating diseases.