microcarrier

microcarrier

[-ker′ē·ər]
microscopic bead or sphere that increases the surface area in a tissue culture for the attachment and yield of anchorage-dependent cells.

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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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.
proposed a novel strategy to address demands to combine bioprinting with microcarrier technology.
Additionally, microcarrier processes are seen as a candidate for cost-effective vaccine production at very large scales, to supply the rapidly growing demand for mass vaccination programmes in densely populated countries such as China and India.
Cultivation of Foot-and-Douth Disease virus in BHK21 cells grown in microcarrier culture system.
Virus production with newly developed microcarrier system.
The topics include an H1N1 flu epidemic spatio-temporal evolution analysis system, the measures of separation of a fuzzy clustering, the influence of autogenous volume deformation on thermal creep stress in high-arch concrete dams, the isolation and identification of a new pathogen causing mulberry bacterial wilt disease, the numerical analysis of flow in the water jacket of an internal combustion engine, designing a two-level load balancer based on a web server cluster, a theoretical analysis and experiment on bubbling humidification flux, simulating an electro-mechanical sensor, a copper-clad aluminum winding alternator for vehicle applications, and an evaluation of the preparation technology on a chitosan-gelatin microcarrier by orthogonal design.
The Hydroxysomes technology is an integral part of LSC's patented microcarrier delivery system.
Spheramine is Titan's first product in development using the company's proprietary cell-coated microcarrier (CCM(TM)) technology.
Angiogenesis will be assessed with human umbilical endothelial cells (HUVEC) grown in microcarrier cultures.