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cell strain

in tissue culture, cells derived from a primary culture or a single cell (clone) and possessing a specific feature such as a marker chromosome, antigen, or resistance to a virus.
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Rabies vaccines can also be produced in human diploid cell strain (WI-38 and MRC-5).
Microarray analysis focused on genes altered by 1.5-fold change ([+ or -] 0.6 SLR) with a p-value [less than or equal to] 0.05, which yielded varying numbers of genes altered for each cell strain (strain 1:674 increased, 408 decreased; strain 2:382 increased, 411 decreased; strain 3:1,058 increased, 1,019 decreased; strain 4:714 increased, 665 decreased).
immunization against rabies with rabies immune globulin, human (RIGH) and a human diploid cell strain (HDCS) rabies vaccine.
In the August 2006 issue of Discover, a short article by Jessica Ruvinsky describes experiments on mice with a cancer cell strain producing a 100% death rate.
Another diploid cell strain, FrhL-2, has been used as a cell substrate for rotavirus vaccine and other live-virus vaccines tested in human clinical trials.
We obtained two positive cell strains that expressed EGFP and EYFP stably by screening G418 resistance and monoclonic culture for 1 month (Fig.
According to the contract, Taconic will promote and sell Medicyte developed human primary upycte hepatocyte cell strains and corresponding media for in vitro applications.
The restoration of microbial cell strains combined with the use of extracellular substrates in the form of cryptic peptides helps to restore stem cell niches and self-renewal and progeny production.