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By R. E. Spier (auth.), H. Murakami, S. Shirahata, H. Tachibana (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9401052638

ISBN-13: 9789401052634

ISBN-10: 9401128448

ISBN-13: 9789401128445

New facts on animal phone know-how are introduced jointly during this quantity, with emphasis given to the elemental characterization of mobilephone traces. The benefits of alternative mobilephone tradition structures are tested and investigations into the criteria influencing mobile progress and productiveness are provided. a different part bargains with the organic homes of proteins produced by way of engineered animal cells. All these fascinated with the tradition of animal cells will locate this quantity worthy.

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MEMBRANE FOR PROCESS VALIDATION IN VIRUS REMOVAL The membranes whose usage is virus removal, are molded into a filter or a kind of equipment, in general. Figure 8 summerizes the actual testing methods for BMM filters employed by the membrane manufacturer and by membrane users in order to confirm the performance of a filter. (5) All commercially available membranes including filters should be checked without exception for their performance by their manufacturer and this check is named as the "validation test" of a filter.

Establishment and characterization of a human histiocytic lymphoma cell line (U-937). Int. J. Cancer. 17:565-577; 1977 2. , Murakami, H. and Shinohara, K. Establishment and characterization of a macrophage-like cell line derived from U-937 , human histiocytic lymphoma, grown serum-free. In Vitro Cell. Dev. BioI. 26:949-954; 1990 3. , Ishizuka, J. et al. Novel vitamin D3 derivatives, preferential activity in c-myc mRNA production and induction of phenotypic differentiation of HL-60 cells. Arch. Biochem.

S: in the presence of swainsonine. As shown in Table 4, a NBT reduction activity of U-M cells were markedly enhanced by Con A. The activity of U-M cells stimulated with Con A was 17-folds that of untreated U-M cells. No enhancement of activity of U-M cells was caused by PHA-L, jacalin and PNA. A NBT reduction activity of U-937 cells was not enhanced by any lectins. Table 4. 0. 4. DISCUSSION U-M cells are a macrophage-like cell line established by the continuous treatment of U-937 cells with TPA (1).

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Animal Cell Technology: Basic & Applied Aspects: Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Meeting of the Japanese Association for Animal Cell Technology, Fukuoka, Japan, 13–15 November 1991 by R. E. Spier (auth.), H. Murakami, S. Shirahata, H. Tachibana (eds.)


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