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primary cell culture


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primary cell culture

Viability of primary term cytotrophoblast cell culture in normoxia and hypoxia

Viability of primary term cytotrophoblast cell culture in normoxia and hypoxia

Relaxin signalling in primary cultures of human myometrial cells

Accumulation of PBDE-47 in Primary Cultures of Rat Neocortical Cells

Accumulation of PBDE-47 in Primary Cultures of Rat Neocortical Cells

Propylene Glycol-Mediated Cell Injury in a Primary Culture of Human Proximal Tubule Cells

CBIO-23. CHARACTERIZATION OF BMP SYSTEM MUTATIONS IN RECURRENT PRIMARY GLIOBLASTOMA PRIMARY CELL CULTURES IN RELATION TO GLIOBLASTOMA INITIATING STEM-LIKE CELLS AND TEMOZOLOMIDE RESISTANCE

Combined 4-hydroxy-ifosfamide and vinorelbine treatment in established and primary human breast cell cultures

Unbiased morphometrical techniques for the quantitative assessment of cells in primary dissociation cultures

DUAL EFFECT OF ETHANOL ON CELL DEATH IN PRIMARY CULTURE OF HUMAN AND RAT HEPATOCYTES

Effects of ketamine and propofol on inflammatory responses of primary glial cell cultures stimulated with lipopolysaccharide

Induction of a differentiated ciliated cell phenotype in primary cultures of Fallopian tube epithelium.

Selection of primary cell cultures with Cre recombinase induced somatic mutations from transgenic mice

Effects of Methylmercury on Primary Brain Cells in Mono- and Co-culture

The Development of In Vitro Culture Methods to Characterize Primary T-Cell Responses to Drugs

Induction of Th2 cell differentiation in the primary immune response: dendritic cells isolated from adherent cell culture treated with IL-10 prime naive CD4+ T cells to secrete IL-4.

Expression of phenotype- and proliferation-related genes in rat aortic smooth muscle cells in primary culture

Evaluation of drug interactions in the established FEC regimen in primary cultures of tumour cells from patients

 

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Tissue-derived cells that will be subcultured once they have proliferated.

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