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cell line

1. in tissue culture, the cells growing in the first or later subculture from a primary culture.
See also: established cell line.
2. a clone of cultured cells derived from an identified parental cell type.

cell line

n.
A cell culture that is derived from one cell or set of cells of the same type and in which under certain conditions the cells proliferate indefinitely in the laboratory.

cell line

(sel līn)
1. In tissue culture, the cells growing in the first or later subculture from a primary culture.
2. A clone of cultured cells derived from an identified parental cell type.

cell line

The CLONE or clones of cells derived from a small piece of tissue grown in culture.
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