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characterized by discriminating taste and broad knowledge as a result of development or education

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marked by refinement in taste and manners

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Freeze-fracture analysis disclosed the presence of both gap junctions and tight-junction sealing strands in the UROtsa cells cultured on serum-free growth medium (Figure 3 A,B,C).
For example, when his group exposes the cultured cells to brain chemicals called nerve growth factors, the cells divide normally until they fill the culture dish, gradually differentiating into mature neurons.
Bhatia's group further demonstrated that the hESCs cultured under these new conditions maintained the same capacity to differentiate into hematopoietic progenitor cells, capable of forming all cellular components of blood.
However, the number or percentage of positive samples in a given area could not be used to quantify the contamination because quantitative spore counts were not performed when samples were cultured, a variety of sampling techniques were used (swabs, wipes, vacuum, and air sampling), and the distribution of samples obtained was not uniform.
Lyman cultured brain tissue from 13- to 21-week-old fetuses aborted by uninfected women, and compared what he saw to his previous observations of nervous tissue from fetuses aborted by HIV-infected women.