passage number

passage number

[′pas·ij ‚nəm·bər]
(microbiology)
The number of times that a culture has been subcultured.
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There was room at the bottom of the page to record the session number, date, passage number, and number of words read correctly per minute on each timed trial.
New passage numbers were marked at the upper left side margin of each passage (i.
Effect of passage number on tyrosinase mRNA abundance
For studies of changes in tyrosinase mRNA associated with passage number, melanocytes were plated into 25 [cm.
We saw that the oxygen consumption rate can decrease when reaching a higher cell culture passage number (Fig.
Patient cell lines with high passage number and low respiratory activity were not included in this study to prevent possible bias by aging (see Fig.
P- Passage number Table 2: Activity of LDH enzyme in the cell lysates at different passages.
With the tie in place, on came the trousers and jacket and that's when rite of passage number two opened up before me.
If it is not perfect, the residence time distribution density function will be different from Eq 1 and the passage number distribution function [G.
At cell passage number 123, the bank ensures sufficient additional population doublings for manufacturing effective, high-titer vaccines.
Hondius said: The increase in frequency will see Jambojet increase its seat capacity by over fifty percent, each way, into a region that we have seen growth in terms of passage numbers.
The biologists attribute last week's sharp drop in fish passage numbers to extremely high, muddy river flows at the fish ladder.