primary cell culture

primary cell culture

a cell line derived directly from the parent tissue. Cells in primary culture have the same karyotype and chromosome number as those in the original tissue.
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However, to acquire osteoblasts for primary cell culture experiments, tissue is usually obtained from prenatal and newly born animals.
Hepatocytes of a primary cell culture that are exposed to high glucose, insulin, and linoleic (LA) acid concentration respond with lipid accumulation, oxidative stress up to cell death.
This is the first report of success in the primary cell culture of H.
In cell culture: Primary cell culture is cells obtained from intact animal tissue and grow On glass or plastic surface for the first time Fowl pox virus can be propagated in primary cell Culture of avian origin, viz.
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No effect of the extract was observed on the proliferation of astrocytes of a primary cell culture.
Moreover, even in the absence of proliferation, our mantle primary cell culture displayed a basal metabolic activity that reflects cell functionality in vitro.
A major factor inhibiting development of a widely used human urothelial cell culture model probably involves the complexity of acquiring human tissue, because primary cell culture models have been developed that appear to recapitulate the major features of the urothelium.
However, the cells may also have been infected in vivo before the generation of the primary cell culture.