Influence of epidermal growth factor and transforming growth factor-alpha on in vitro maturation of cumulus enclosed bovine oocytes in defined medium
Effect of glucose and pyruvate on nuclear and cytoplasmic maturation of porcine oocytes in a chemically defined medium
72 U mL-1) obtained in fermentation using defined medium
indicated that the presence of simple sugars and compounds which can be utilized easily by the bacterium would enhanced the cell built-up with high ability to express the gene for xylanase production.
However, a more defined medium
often resulted in extended cell adaption times, reduced growth rates and decreased product titres, all of which negatively impacted on manufacturing costs.
To determine if these cells could give rise to differentiated inner ear cell types, growth factors were withdrawn and culture was continued in a defined medium
Birth of piglets derived from porcine zygotes cultured in a chemically defined medium
The amino acid utilization by phase I Bordetella pertussis in a chemically defined medium
Bovine blastocysts development after in vitro maturation in a defined medium
with epidermal growth factor and low concentrations of gonadotropins.
The resulting pellet was diluted in 5 mL of modified defined medium
(mDM) [12,18,19] and then centrifuged at 1400 rpm for 5 min.