Animal Cell Culture Methods

Other | July 1, 1998

byWilson, Leslie, Leslie Wilson

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This volume provides complete and thorough coverage of the classical and state-of-the-art methods used in cell culture. It also includes basic principles used in the selection of cells for specific scientific study, as well as analytical and procedural techniques.

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* Reviews basic principles of cell culture
* Gives options and techniques on how to look at cells

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This volume provides complete and thorough coverage of the classical and state-of-the-art methods used in cell culture. It also includes basic principles used in the selection of cells for specific scientific study, as well as analytical and procedural techniques.Key Features* Reviews basic principles of cell culture* Gives options and...

Format:OtherDimensions:368 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:July 1, 1998Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080859550

ISBN - 13:9780080859552

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Table of Contents

Principles of Cell Culture:
D. Barnes, Animal Cell Culture Equipment and Techniques.
J.P. Mather, Making Informed Choices: Medium, Serum, and Serum-free Medium. How to Choose the Appropriate Medium and Culture System for the Model You Wish to Create.
R.J. Hay, Cell Line Availability: Where to Get the Cell Lines You Need.
C.K. Lincoln and M.G. Gabridge, Cell Culture Contamination: Sources, Consequences, Prevention, and Elimination.
Establishing Cell Lines:
Y. Katakura, S. Alam, and S. Shirahata, Immortalization by Gene Transfection.
M.-C. Hofmann and J.L. Millan, Establishment of Mammalian Testicular Cell Lines.
S. Shirahata, Y. Katakura, and K. Teruya, Cell Hybridization, Hybridomas, and Human Hybridomas.
M. Westphal and H. Meissner, Establishing Human Glioma-Derived Cell Lines.
R. Li, Culture Methods for Selective Growth of Normal Rat and Human Schwann Cells.
C.J. Bayne, Invertebrate Cell Culture Considerations: Insects, Ticks, Shellfish, and Worms.
J. Kaplan and B. Hukku, Cell Line Characterization and Authentication.
Specialized Culture Techniques:
J.P. Mather, Laboratory Scale-up of Cell Cultures (0.5-50 Liters).
G.F. Merrill, Cell Synchronization.
D.T. Loo and J.R. Tillema, Measurement of Cell Death.
A. Moore, C.J. Donahue, K.D. Bauer, and J.P. Mather, Simultaneous Measurement of Cell Cycle and Apoptotic Cell Death.
M. Pirity, A.-K. Hadjantonakis, and A. Nagy,Embryonic Stem Cells, Creating Transgenic Animals.
Microscopy and Morphology:
D.M. Phillips, Electron Microscopy: Use of Transmission and Scanning Electron Microscopy to Study Cells in Culture.
S.P. Wheatly and Y.-L. Wang, Indirect Immunofluorescence Microscopy in Cultured Cells.
T.K. Woodruff, Cellular Localization of mRNA and Protein:In SituHybridization Histochemistry andIn SituLigand Binding.
Subject Index.