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Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Cell Culture

What is cell culture? Cell culture is the complex process by which cells are grown under controlled conditions. It is living cells that are maintained in vitro in artificial media of serum and nutrients for the study and growth of certain strains, experiments in controlling diseases, or study of the reaction to certain drugs or agents. One of the many technologies that focus on cell culture media is Stemcell.com. This website focuses on six specialized cell culture including embryonic stem cells & iPS cells, hematopoietic stem & progenitor cells, mesenchymal stem cells, neural stem & progenitor cells, mammary epithelial cells, and prostate epithelial cells.

8 comments :

SassyChick said...

Thanks for the info madam...lamat pud sa dalaw!

Lulu Post said...

daghan jud ni cells opps da... hahay wen pa kaha ma cached ahong blog aron dawaton ko ug apil

zh3en22 said...

thanks for the info mrs.D and thanks also for the visit.

Clarissa said...

Thanks forthe info^_^

Kayce said...

thanks pud diay sa dalaw ug comments sa akong 2 ka mao maong blogs.. heheheh!

Mama Ko said...

Pwedi siguro ta mangayo ug cell didto tsang para sa X&Y chromosomes hehehe

Mrs. Kolca said...

cells.. medyo masalimuot na topic.. no comment.. hihi!

chubskulit said...

dami kong namiss wahhhhh

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