Chinese hamster ovary cells

Chi·nese ham·ster o·va·ry cells

(chī-nēz' ham'stĕr ō'văr-ē selz)
Well-established experimental strain of fibroblasts used in biomedical research.
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A report in Science Translational Medicine suggests that the antibody cocktail used in Ebola virus-infected patients can be further simplified to only two antibodies and that these antibodies can be produced in engineered Chinese hamster ovary cells.
Chinese hamster ovary cells were used for production of recombinant UL128 protein and the target protein was obtained through His-Bind Kit (Novagen, Germany).
What followed was a year of MS-adventures: "accidentally" kicking an officious male doctor in the crotch, becoming an undercover agent to pay for medication made from Chinese hamster ovary cells, discovering the amazing effects of legal speed, and battling her arch-nemesis, the dreaded food group: vegetables.
The Seattle-based Gates Foundation said Friday its $150,000 grant would look at the possibility of using Chinese hamster ovary cells, similar to how many other complex biotechnology drugs are made, Callahan said.
Keywords: Chinese hamster ovary cells, Peptones, Polyethylenimine, Protein production, Transient gene expression
Incubation of cells at low temperature reduces metabolic activities and results low production of interferons by Chinese Hamster Ovary cells (Evelyn et al.
Change of Insulin-like Growth Factor Gene Expression in Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells Cultured in Serum-free Media.
The study aimed at assessing the protective activity of Cynara scolymus leaf extract (LE) against DNA lesions induced by the alkylating agent ethylmethnesulphonate (EMS) in Chinese hamster ovary cells (CHO).
We further characterized the cholesterol efflux effect in Chinese hamster ovary cells.
1999, "Development of a serum-free medium for dihydrofolate reductase deficient Chinese hamster ovary cells using a statistical design: beneficial effect of weaning of cells," In vitro cellular and Developmental Biology, 35(0-4), pp.
The findings were published by the scientific journal Nature Biotechnology as a correspondence entitled Chinese Hamster Ovary Cells Can Produce Galactose-alpha-1,3-Galactose Antigens on Proteins.
Because dornase alfa is produced in Chinese hamster ovary cells, the only contraindications have been in patients with sensitivity to these animal proteins.

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