What are cell culture based vaccines?
What is stem cell culture?
Cell culture is the process by which prokaryotic, or eukaryotic cells are grown under controlled conditions. In practice the term "cell culture" has come to refer to the culturing of cells derived from multicellular eukaryotes, especially animal cells. The historical development and methods of cell culture are closely interrelated to those of tissue culture and organ culture. Wikipedia.com thank you Cells are reproduced outside their natural environment. Examples: drug testing, vaccines, artificial tissue(skin), stem cells.
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What is a cell culture and how can a cell culture be useful to biologists?
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What is used to make the measles vaccine-?
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Can antigenic proteins from certain pathogen be used for vaccines?
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What is difference between tissue culture cell culture and organ culture?
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What is an advantage of using cell culture rather than bacterial culture to produce biological molecules?
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What is tissue culture treated cell culture plate?
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What are the disadvantages of cell culture?
The disadvantages of cell culture is:- Biological relevance: means that the cell that u r culturing may have a low biological relevance with the organism u r looking at. Primary culture: out of tissue context Continuous culture: changes occur in cell, generate a new cell line, mutation occur. Hope this helps.
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How are eggs used for vaccines?
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Advantages and disadvantages of batch culture?
Batch Culture:- It is the one of the mode of suspension culture technology which belongs to animal tissue culture. In this culture, cell growth is limited not by nutrients but by accumulation of waste products. In this mode, a higher cell concentration is achieved and cell viability is maintained for larger periods. Advantages:- This is by D.V.Thrinath.
What are the Difference sbetween primary cell line and secondary cell line?
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Could you distinguish between axenic culture and pure culture?
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What has the author R Ian Freshney written?
R. Ian Freshney has written: 'Animal Cell Culture' 'Culture of Animal Cells' 'Culture of Epithelial Cells, Culture of Hematopoietic Cells and Culture of Animal Cells' 'Culture of animal cells' -- subject(s): Culture Techniques, Cultured Cells, Methods, Laboratory manuals, Tissue culture, Cell culture 'Culture of animal cells' -- subject(s): Cell culture, Culture techniques, Cultured Cells, Laboratory manuals, Tissue culture 'Cultural of Human Tumor Cells and Cultural of Epithelial Cells' 'Culture of Epithelial Cells'