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Vertebrate cell culture I

Vertebrate cell culture I

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Published by Springer-verlag in Berlin .
Written in English


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Statementwith contributions by P.Bagnarelli ... [et al.].
SeriesAdvances in biochemical engineering/biotechnology -- v.34
ContributionsBagnarelli, P.
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Open LibraryOL22637116M
ISBN 100387176268

The chapters comprising this book have been selected and edited with the aim of providing an up-to-date and comprehensive account of the most important aspects of vertebrate gamets and embryos as revealed by the integration of several different submicroscopic methods. Arthropod Cell Culture Systems by Karl Maramorosch, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Purchase Tissue Culture - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,   Motility of Vertebrate Cells in Culture and in the Organism: Molecular Mechanisms and Morphologic Manifestations Zürcher Workshop on Cell Traffic in (Issues in Biomedicine, Vol. 10): Medicine & Health Science Books @

Primary Cell Lines. Primary cell lines are derived directly from excised tissue and cultures either as an explant culture or following dissociation into a single cell suspension by enzyme digestion. Such cultures are initially heterogeneous but later become dominated by fibroblasts. The preparation of primary cultures is labor intensive and they can be maintained in vitro only for a . Cell culture technology: Recent advances and future prospects (Euroscicon Meeting Reports Book 1) by Bruserud, Øystein and Astrid Englezou Vertebrate Cell Culture II and Enzyme Technology: Volume 39 (Advances in Biochemical Engineering/ Biotechnology) by A.F. Bückmann and G. Carrea.


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It also describes techniques for cultivation of vertebrate cells and organs; plant tissue culture and its numerous applications; and electron microscopy of cultured Vertebrate cell culture I book. This book explains as well virus isolation and identification in cell cultures, mass production of cells for vaccines, and use of cultured cells for drug evaluation.

This reference material specifically provides information on sophisticated laboratory methods and on numerous utilizations of invertebrate cell culture techniques in medicine and biology. This book also elucidates the nutritional requirements and the establishment of cell lines.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vertrebrate [i.e. Vertebrate] cell culture I. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC)   Invertebrate Cell Culture Applications assesses the status of invertebrate cell culture at a time when this method can be used to solve problems in a number of diverse disciplines.

Organized into seven chapters, this book begins by discussing the development and amino acid requirements of insect cell Edition: 1. In book: Vertebrate Cell Culture II and Enzyme Technology, pp Cite this publication. Ales Prokop Because of the commercial and proprietary nature of most large-scale cell culture.

Advs ering Vertebrate Cell Culture Discontinued Series Although this series no longer publishes new content, the published titles listed below may be still available on-line (e.

via the Springer Book Archives) and in print. The book includes studies on the role of growth factors in cell culture systems; the effects of cyclic nucleotides in cell proliferation in culture; metabolic regulation during the cell cycle; and the role of the cell surface in growth and metabolic regulation.

the culture of haploid vertebrate cells for genetic analysis of cell function. Vertebrate, any animal of the subphylum Vertebrata. They have backbones, from which they derive their name. The vertebrates are also characterized by a muscular system consisting primarily of bilaterally paired masses and a central nervous system partly.

media, and antibiotics made vertebrate cell culture a more widely accessible technique. Aside from amoeba-like nematode sperm (Klass and Hirsh, ), C.

elegans cells have proved to be far more difficult to isolate and culture than vertebrate or insect cells. The main difficulty has been that the chitinous shell of.

Invertebrate Cell Culture Applications assesses the status of invertebrate cell culture at a time when this method can be used to solve problems in a number of diverse disciplines.

Organized into seven chapters, this book begins by discussing the development and amino acid requirements of insect cell culture. A survey of the literature and of work being done in vertebrate cell culture shows that there are currently in existence and available to investigators some 61 cell lines representing 17 families and 36 species of fish.

The literature of fish virology shows that at least 17 fish viruses have been isolated and that at least 15 others have been visualized by electron microscopy. The contributions reflect the applications of in vitro techniques of cell culture to biotechnology, reviewing the advantages and disadvantages of the methods.

This volume covers the cultivation of fish and crustacean cells; gene transfer in insect cells; and the study of bacterial protein toxins using vertebrate cells.

Book Vertebrate Cell Culture II and Enzyme Technology () No description available Available Formats: Softcover Hardcover eBook. Book Vertrebrate Cell Culture I () No description available Available Formats: Softcover Hardcover eBook.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxv, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm. Contents: Basic methods and media / C. Mothersill, A.L. Mulford, B. Austin --Tissue choices for aquatic invertebrate tissue culture / A.

Evenden --Characterization / M. Lyons-Alcantara --Cell cultures from crustaceans: shrimps, crabs, and crayfish / A.L.

Mulford, A.J. New discoveries in the field of stem cells increasingly dominate the news and scientific literature revealing an avalanche of new knowledge and research tools that are producing therapies for cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and a wide variety of other diseases that afflict humanity.

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A vertebrate cell culture is enabled to produce a desired polypeptide by transformation with a vector whose DNA comprises (a) means for replication in the host; (b) a promoter; and (c) a gene encoding the polypeptide, under the control (b). E.g. a recombinant genome was constructed comprising DNA from (a) the SV40 virus with excision of the VP-1 gene (-hence it is.

Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Invertebrate cell culture applications. New York: Academic Press, (OCoLC) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vertebrate cell culture II and enzyme technology. Berlin ; New York: Springer-Verlag, © (OCoLC)   Get this from a library.

Uses and standardization of vertebrate cell cultures: state of the art review conference: proceedings of a symposium conducted by the Tissue Culture Association Committee on Standardization in collaboration with Corning Medical at Crowne Plaza Hotel, Rockville, Maryland on October[Elliot M Levine; Manford K Patterson; Tissue Culture.

Rich Media Are Required for Culture of Animal Cells. Nine amino acids, referred to as the essential amino acids, cannot be synthesized by adult vertebrate animals and thus must be obtained from their diet. Animal cells grown in culture also must be supplied with these nine amino acids, namely, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine.

Advances in vertebrate cell culture methods. Bottenstein JE. Science, ( pt 2):G42, G48, 01 Feb Cited by: 1 article | PMID: Review. Generalizations regarding the process and phenomenon of osseointegration.

Part II. In vitro studies. Cooper LF, Masuda T.Like insect culture media (Schlaeger, ), nematode cell culture media are maintained at higher osmolarities than those used for vertebrate cell culture. Although intact nematodes can survive osmotic stresses (Lamitina et al., ; Choe and Strange, ), cultured C.

elegans cells lack the secretory cells (renal system) of the whole.