microcarrier

microcarrier

A nontoxic, finely particulate material used to grow cells in a suspension or a support matrix which facilitates the growth of adherent cells in a bioreactor.
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M2 PRESSWIRE-August 15, 2019-: Global Microcarrier Market Analysis & Forecast, 2019-2025: Anticipating a CAGR of 5.4%
Primorigen's versatile coated microcarrier platform provided superior cell proliferation and seeding efficiency in customer trials while reducing preparation from multiple days to minutes.
* Allows adherent cells to grow over the entire microcarrier surface
Serum-free media formulations are cell line-specific and require optimization for microcarrier culture.
The release of a drug from a designed alginate microcarrier system can be controlled by coating the particles with positively charged polymers such as chitosan/chitin-based materials [93].
It was the hypothesis of this study that the BGM-70 adapted and propagated IBDV could be well adapted and propagated on a microcarrier using bioreactor system.
A biodegradable microcarrier would potentially provide a substrate for cell attachment during scalable expansion in bioreactors, and a porous scaffold for cell delivery during implantation.
A biodegradable microcarrier could potentially provide a substrate for cell attachment during scalable expansion in bioreactors, and a porous scaffold for cell delivery during implantation.
Past, present and future of microcarrier based tissue engineering, J Orthop Translat, 3, 51-57, (2015).
It consists of coating microcarrier beads with ECs, then dispersing them throughout the matrix gel, where tubules will form.
Bugnetti, 1990.Cultivation of Foot-and-Douth Disease virus in BHK21 cells grown in microcarrier culture system.
Oh, "Application of human mesenchymal and pluripotent stem cell microcarrier cultures in cellular therapy: achievements and future direction," Biotechnology Advances, vol.