TNC

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TNC

A gene on chromosome 9q32-q34 that encodes an extracellular matrix protein with a spatially and temporally restricted tissue distribution. It plays a role in guiding migrating neurons, as well as axons, during development, synaptic plasticity, and neuronal regeneration.
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There are number of growth media (M-199, DMEM, F12, GMEM, etc.) that are commercially available for propagation of mammalian cells.
Addition of FCS in GMEM supported the maintenance of BHK-21 cells and also supported the replication of FMD virus.
Addition of FCS in GMEM @ 1 and 2 % concentration proportionally increased the infectivity titer of FMDV, i.e., 103, 107, 107, respectively (Figure 4).
CHO-K1 cells were cultured in GMEM. Adherent CHO K1 cells were transfected with pCI-neo-hSP-A, pEE14-hSP-A, pCI-neo, pEE14, or mock-transfected with LipofectAMINE (GIBCO/BRL) according to the manufacturer's instructions.
We used serum-free GMEM medium for SP-A expression because it was difficult to purify SP-A from serum-containing medium.