viable cell

viable cell

a cell able to live.
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Petty RD, Sutherland LA, Hunter EM, Cree IA (1995) Comparison of MTT and ATP based assays for the measurement of viable cell number.
Its commercial landscape has developed some of the most promising advancements in enabling technologies that have helped guide cell functionality and have created viable cell therapy products fit for the clinic.
This option, available with 24 or 48 disposable bioreactors, uses a fully integrated analyzer to automate online measurement of viable cell number (VCN) and cell viability, allowing daily cell counts without the need for manual intervention.
In summary, over the past 24-months, AAGP[TM] has demonstrated a remarkable increase in viable cell recovery at temperatures ranging from -196C (cryopreservation) all the way to 37C (body temperature).
The advantages of hypoxic culture conditions became clear early on, as both cell types had greater viable cell counts (Figures A and B).
Initial research involved assessing the effect of bovine and human iron-saturated lactoferrin, and iron-free and bovine recombinant lactoferrin, on enhancing viable cell counts of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium and reducing counts of potentially toxin-producing bacteria in vitro.
Viable cell analysis is a crucial part of the cell culture process and cell line quality control.
This could further assist in the increase of the viable cell population.
One mililiter of the wild strain was inoculated in each YPD media (9 mL contained in glass flasks), incubated at 30[degrees]C, and counts of viable cell carried out 24 hours later (Rubio, 2008).
Other articles discuss reproductive impacts of endocrine-disrupting chemicals on wildlife species and implications for conservation of endangered species; viable cell culture banking for biodiversity characterization and conservation; bio-banking genetic material for agricultural animal species; development and function of the mucosal immune system in the upper respiratory tract of neonatal calves; detection of emerging zoonotic pathogens: an integrated one health approach; a comprehensive review of animal models for fetal surgery; and catfish biology and farming.
Viable cell number and percentage of viable cells to total cells (cell viability) were determined using trypan blue exclusion assay in automated cell counter (Luna[R], Logos Biosystems Inc.
To bring commercially viable cell therapies to market, A*STAR scientists have created directly implantable microscopic spheres.