viable cell

viable cell

a cell able to live.
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The critical logistics of getting viable cell therapies to the patient are often overlooked and extending the shelf life of therapies such as REX-001 at room temperature would open up an entirely new approach for this sector.'
It is sourced from a nationally certified and accredited source and is screened for all diseases to certify that the starting material used to make this extract is pure and from viable cell cultures.
Figure 7 presents the cell drag percentage calculated from the viable cell numbers (determined by WST-8) obtained for the scaffolds seeded with 0.5 x [10.sup.5] cells and perfused at a flow rate of 0.05 mL/min for 18 h.
The bacterial inactivation performance was determined by the viable cell count using the standard plate count (SPC) method and the bioluminescence-based adenosine triphosphate (ATP) test.
One mililiter of the wild strain was inoculated in each YPD media (9 mL contained in glass flasks), incubated at 30[degrees]C, and counts of viable cell carried out 24 hours later (Rubio, 2008).
Other articles discuss reproductive impacts of endocrine-disrupting chemicals on wildlife species and implications for conservation of endangered species; viable cell culture banking for biodiversity characterization and conservation; bio-banking genetic material for agricultural animal species; development and function of the mucosal immune system in the upper respiratory tract of neonatal calves; detection of emerging zoonotic pathogens: an integrated one health approach; a comprehensive review of animal models for fetal surgery; and catfish biology and farming.
To bring commercially viable cell therapies to market, A*STAR scientists have created directly implantable microscopic spheres.
The thickness of the stratum corneum and the viable cell layers was measured to compare the bioengineered epidermal layer with native human skin and standard full-thickness skin equivalents (Fig.
Next, the viable cell checks its proliferation clock to determine if it has acquired certain growth and has aged enough to proliferate.
This meets the World Health Organization's recommended required viable cell counts for probiotic bacteria to be delivered to humans.
In addition, the fungicidal capacity of [alpha]-T, at the optimal time and distance conditions, was investigated through viable cell reduction, confocal microscopy and inhibition of germ tube formation.