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cell culture

[′sel ‚kəl·chər]
(cell and molecular biology)
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The global immortalized cell line market is growing with the rapid pace; mainly due to the increasing medical research including HepaRD and Hep G2.
We have successfully applied our core technology to CHO and HEK293T mammalian cell lines for bioproduction applications.
Concerning the cell lines in the portfolio, EdiGene currently has a diploid library of 2,800 single clonal knockout cell lines, which targets over 2,600 genes seen in commonly used cancer cell lines.
The BmN-SWU1 cell line mainly appeared as elliptical and spindle-like cells while the BmN-SWU2 contained a large number of long needle-shaped cells in addition to round cells.
dayi aqueous and ethanolic extracts were investigated against MCF7 cell line. MCF7 cells were incubated with various concentrations of plants extracts.
Hsu, "Baseline and mitomycin-C-induced sister chromatic exchanges in a melanoma and a colon tumor cell line," Cancer Genetics and Cytogenetics, vol.
Comprehensively annotated and available for independent research, the hundreds of stem cell lines are a powerful resource for scientists studying human development and disease.
In this equation, [SF2.sub.n] represents the radiation sensitivity (as measured by SF2) for cell line n in the dataset.[ .sub.ki] represents a model coefficient, computed during the training process, and [y.sub.ni] represents the gene expression value for the ith probeset for cell line n.
Vorinostat reactivates FMR1 gene expression in the FXS cell line GM04025 at low levels.
New cell line development technologies have improved all aspects of this secretion continuum, allowing for higher productivity levels and for expression of proteins previously not eligible for manufacturing such as complex, non-natural or difficult-to-express proteins.