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Syverton Memorial Symposium: Analytic Cell Culture.

Syverton Memorial Symposium on Analytic Cell Culture (1961 Detroit)

Syverton Memorial Symposium: Analytic Cell Culture.

by Syverton Memorial Symposium on Analytic Cell Culture (1961 Detroit)

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Published by U.S.Dept.of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service in [Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cells.,
  • Tissue culture.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    StatementSponsored by Tissue Culture Association [and others] Edited by Robert E.Stevenson.
    ContributionsStevenson, Robert Edwin, 1926- ed., Tissue Culture Association.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC261 .A448 no. 7
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 290p.
    Number of Pages290
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5870106M
    LC Control Number62061166
    OCLC/WorldCa1874957

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Syverton Memorial Symposium on Analytic Cell Culture ( Detroit, Mich.). Syverton Memorial Symposium: Analytic Cell Culture. Get this from a library. Syverton Memorial Symposium: Analytic Cell Culture. [Robert E Stevenson; Jerome Theda Syverton; Viruses and Cancer Board.

Cell Culture. Syverton Memorial Symposium [on] Analytic Cell Culture. By Detroit Syverton Memorial Symposium on Analytic Cell Culture and ed. Robert Edwin Stevenson. Abstract. Includes of access: Internet Topics: Syverton, Jerome T.

A bank of frozen cell cultures, therefore, seemed feasible, and on recommendation of the Viruses and Cancer Panel of the National Advisory Cancer Council of the National Can- cer Institute, Dr.

Syverton organized a Cell Culture Collection Committee3 which suc- cessfully established a collection of certified cell lines now available from Cited by: Experimental Cell Resea () A METHOD FOR THE PREPARATION OF PERMANENT SLIDES FROM CELL CULTURE CELLS GROWN IN PLASTIC VESSELS KAY K.

LEACH, D. SANDERS and F. LEACH Department of Biochemistry, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, Oklahoma, U.S.A. Received J THE importance of morphological characterization of cell Author: Kay K.

Leach, D.C. Sanders, F.R. Leach. The Animal Cell Culture Collection Syverton Memorial Symposium: Analytic Cell Culture. book by the Advisory Committee and cooperating laboratories at the American Type Culture Collection has been described.

The description includes procedures and criteria for the acceptance and certification of cells, guidelines for future studies, and policies for the selection of cells. The aim of this Collection is to fulfill the needs. Experimental Cell Resea 5SS () STUDIES ON CELLS FROM LIVER TISSUE CULTIVATED IN VITRO I.

INFLUENCE OF THE CULTURE METHOD ON CELL MORPHOLOGY AND GROWTH PATTERN BJN SANDSTR Department of Anatomy, University of Uppsala, Uppsala, Sweden Received Ap PRIOR to continued investigations on the physiology of liver cells.

Symposium Analysis of Carcinogenic Air Pollutants held august, Cincinnati, Ohia [] Libro. Symposium on organ culture studies of development, fuction, and disease Symposium Chairman and Editor Clyde J. Dawe. ] Libro. Syverton Memorial Symposium.

Analytic cell Culture held June 6 and 7,Detroit. ] Libro. The Bay. L. HAYFLICKA comparison of primary monkey kidney, heteroploid cell lines, and human diploid cell strains for human virus vaccine preparation Amer. Rev. Handler and R. Adams: Assessment of potential malignancy of serially propagated cell lines.

Syverton Memorial Symposium, „Preservation, Characterization and Supply of Certified Cultures“, Detroit J. nat. Cancer Inst. (in press). Google Scholar. Total chromosomes Range Median Cell line MATERIALS AND METHODS Cell culture Both mouse and human cell cultures were maintained in ;, foetal bovine serum in Roswell Park Memorial Institute (RPMI) culture medium.

Four hours before cells were harvested colchicine ( pgjml) was added to the cultures. Cells were detached from the culture. Syverton Memorial Symposium on Analytic Cell Culture,( Detroit); Viruses and Cancer Board.

Cell Culture Collection Committee. Title(s): Syverton Memorial Symposium: Analytic Cell Culture. Anti-idiotypic antibodies have proven to have unique applications as probes in both functional and biochemical studies of cell surface receptors.

Anti-idiotypic receptor antibodies have been prepared to antibodies which bind to purified ligand, as in the case of insulin, retinol-binding protein, the mammalian reovirus receptor, and the neutrophil chemotatic receptor, and to.

A periosteal stem cell specialized in intramembranous bone formation has been identified and was found to be essential for normal bone development and fracture healing.

Several early references describe serially cultured cells which maintained such antigenic distinctions (Brand and Syverton, ; Stulberg, et al., ; Coombs, ). The consensus arising from an analysis of much of the cell culture studies of the s and early s, however, suggested that serially cultured cells generally lose the.

The usefulness of tissue culture cell lines in the development of ascites tumors from a transplantable squamous cell carcinoma. Cancer Res. 25. The head of tissue culture research at Johns Hopkins, George Gey is the scientist responsible for growing HeLa into the first immortal human cell line.

Having worked his way up from nothing, Gey is (read full character analysis). Immunological methods have been used for species identification of cells in culture (Coombs et al., ; Coombs, ; Fedoroff, ; Brand and Syverton, ), for studying antigenic differences between cell lines (Coriell et al., ; Kite and Merchant, ; McKenna and Blakemore, ), and for identification of particular antigens.

Systems biology has been defined in many ways, emphasizing various aspects of interdisciplinary research. At the recent symposium in Dresden on systems biology of mammalian cells, this emerging field was presented as a fruitful symbiosis of genomics, imaging, and high- and medium-throughput technologies with data analysis and mathematical modeling.

Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles, conference papers, preprints and more on CRUSTACEAN BIOLOGY. Find methods information, sources, references or. Cells grown in media containing antibiotics were more frequently contaminated with PPLO (72%) than cells grown in antibiotic-free media (7%).

Cultures (91%) from tissue-culture-producing laboratories and cultures (76%) used for propagation of microorganisms were contaminated with PPLO, although none used for tissue-culture metabolic studies was.

"Growth of normal and transformed kidney cells in defined medium" Symposium on animal cell culture; growth factors and cell proliferation, Symposium on animal cell culture () "Characterization of the hormone responses and functional properties of kidney cells in serum-free medium", University of Pittsburgh, Biochemistry Dept ().The cell suspension culture we have established can also be used in studies on plant programmed cell death (PCD).

Our results clearly demonstrate that B. distachyon cells can undergo apoptosis-like PCD (AL-PCD) as visualised by the characteristic retraction of the protoplast from the cell : Research scientist in plant .