Animal Cell Culture: A Practical Approach by John R. W. Masters

By John R. W. Masters

This new version of Animal cellphone tradition covers new or up-to-date chapters on telephone authentication, serum-free tradition, apoptosis assays, FISH, genetic amendment, scale-up, stem phone assays, third-dimensional tradition, tissue engineering and cytotoxicity assays. special protocols for a wide selection of tools give you the center of every bankruptcy, making new method simply obtainable. everybody operating in organic and clinical examine, even if in academia or a advertisement association, working towards phone tradition will profit drastically from this ebook.

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G. 27 g oxygen (Table 1). This amount will support 108 cells for 450 h and is thus clearly adequate. The second factor is whether this oxygen can be made available to the cells. The transfer rate of oxygen from the gas phase into a liquid phase has been calculated at about 17 (jug/cm2/h (8). Again, this is well in excess of that required by cells in a 1 litre flask. However, if the surface is assumed to be 26 SCALING-UP OF ANIMAL CELL CULTURES Table 1. 21 = proportion of oxygen in air; 32 = molecular weight of oxygen; 22400 = gram molecular volume; x 10-4 = solubility of oxygen in water at 37°C when equilibrated with air.

This is exaggerated in monolayer cultures because as cells become more tightly packed together, the surface area available for nutrient uptake becomes smaller (4). Glucose is often another limiting factor as it is destructively utilized by cells and, rather than adding high concentrations at the beginning, it is more beneficial to supplement after two to three days. In order to maintain a culture, some additional feeding often has to be carried out either by complete, or partial, media changes or by perfusion.

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