logarithmic growth phase

logarithmic growth phase

The stage of growth in which cells are doubling in number during consecutive equal lengths of time. This rapidly leads to an enormous increase in the number of cells.
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Logarithmic growth phase of the K562 cells were used for cytotoxicity assays.
Cells in the logarithmic growth phase were cultured at a density of 10,000 cells/well in 24-well plates.
Vascular smooth muscle cells in logarithmic growth phase were used and divided into eight groups: (1) control group (group C) where cells were continuously cultured in 10% FBS DMEM; (2) U-II group (group M) where [10.
Vascular smooth muscle cells in logarithmic growth phase were cultured in conditioned medium for 48 h and then collected for detection.
Each bacterium was then removed at the end of logarithmic growth phase, and was asepticcally transferred to plastic containers containing sterile perlite and was then mixed well.
No significant loss in the titre of adsorbed virus was detected in the insect cells and the logarithmic growth phase of the virus started from 5 h PI.
C6 glioma cells in logarithmic growth phase were treated with swainsonine at doses of 1.
Selected C6 glioma cells in logarithmic growth phase and inoculated culture dishes, fitted with 6 mm x 6 mm coverslips, were treated with swainsonine according to the doses above for 24 h.
Growth inhibition in vitro: To culture SGC-7901 cells in logarithmic growth phase, we added swainsonine at different concentrations, as follows: 20, 10, 5, 2.
Cell cycle: We inoculated and cultured the SGC-7901 cell to logarithmic growth phase, treated with swainsonine at the doses of 4.
We found that cells starved from logarithmic growth phase give rise to an increase in cell concentration of 10-30%, whereas cells starved from late logarithmic growth phase or stationary growth phase give rise to only a small, if any, increase in cell concentration.