An economical regimen of human diploid cell strain
anti-rabies vaccine for post-exposure prophylaxis.
Genes are listed for each cell strain
(1-4) with columns showing SLR for microarray analysis with the associated p-value along with the RT-PCR result for each time point.
Immunization with a human diploid cell strain
of rabies virus vaccine: two-year results.
Moreover, fluorescent protein- positive cell strains
observed here will provide donor cells for transgenic animal cloning.
The human cell strains
obtained from several tens of people were seized by court officials from the headquarters of the Japan Human Cell Society in Tokyo's Shinagawa Ward in July, according to the sources and a court notice.
therapeutic) product, methods by which primary and secondary cells are transfected to include exogenous genetic material, methods of producing clonal cell strains
or heterogenous cell strains
, methods of gene therapy in which the transfected primary or secondary cells are used, and methods of producing antibodies using the transfected primary or secondary cells.
The cell bank contains about 20,000 capsules carrying, among other substances, some 600 kinds of leukemia cell strains
found in the human body.
This newly licensed technology includes "ACTCellerate" technology for methods to accelerate the isolation of novel cell strains
from pluripotent stem cells, rights to use approximately 140 distinct clones that contain many previously uncharacterized cell types, and induced pluripotent stem cell (iPS) technology that permits cells of the human body, such as skin cells, to be transformed into an embryonic state in which the cells will be pluripotent, without the use of human embryos or egg cells.
Human cell strains
belonging to the head of a researchers' association were auctioned Friday at a Tokyo hospital, marking the first auction of human cells in Japan.
The significance of this patent issuance is that it recognizes Transkaryotic's contribution in demonstrating, for the first time, stable transfection and gene targeting in normal cells as well as methods suitable for developing cell strains
for use in gene therapy," commented Douglas Treco, PhD, Transkaryotic's senior vice president, research and development.
In another study presented at the meeting, Geron scientists demonstrated that hESCs could be grown using serum-free medium conditioned by placental fibroblasts or other human cell strains