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What is tissue culture treated cell culture plate?
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What is difference between tissue culture cell culture and organ culture?
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What is the scientific definition of tissue culture?
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What is cross contamination in animal tissue 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'
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What is the difference between continuous cell lines and primary?
Primary cultures are cell cultures derived from normal animal tissue, tissues are treated with a protease such as trypsin or collagenase to breakdown the extracellualr matrix. Continous cell lines are tansformed cell lines which have lost normal apoptotic controls and are capable of indefinite growth and culture, they are usullay derived from a cancerous tumor or transformed in culture via a mutation.
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What is culture tissue?
tissue culture you need cells from liver or organ You finely chop them and you can create a primary cell line - which still has the 3d orientation of the cell. degrade it with trypsin and you have a continuous cell line. lasts 30 passages. You can immortalize it though it loses its liver key qualities. but still remains a cell non the less. to maintain a tissue culture you need 7.4 pH Nutrience Glucose Antibiotics Serum 37 degrees
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 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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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.
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What are the modern biological tools and techniques?
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When some cells are removed from the center of a tissue culture will new cells replace them?
Callogenesis and organogenesis in plant tissue culture?
What are different types of plant tissue culture?
plant tissue culture or cell culture:- it is the technique of in vitro, culture in which isolated plant cells, tissues, organs or even entire plant are subjected to grow in nutrient media in glass containers(tubes,conical flask,petri dishes) under aseptic conditions. Aseptic culture of plant may be of the following types as:- (a) ORGAN CULTURE:- These are cultures of isolated plant organs including cultures derived from root tips,stem tips,leaf primordia or immature part of flowers and immature fruits. (b) EMBRYO CULTURE:- These are culture of isolated immature or mature embryos. (c) CALLUS OR TISSUE CULTURE:- These are culture of tissue arising from disorganized proliferation of cells from segment of plant organs.tissue or callus culture are , generally grown on solid medium as amass of cells. (d) SUSPENSION CULTURE:- These are often called cell cultures, as they represent a lower level of organisation than tissue or callus culture. suspension culture are in vitro cultures of isolated cells and very small cell groups remaining dispersed as they grow in excited liquid media.
How do you grow viruses in the laboratory culturing viruses in plants and animals culturing viruses in embryonated chicken eggs and culturing viruses in cell tissue culture?