culture medium


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(bacteriology) a nutrient substance (solid or liquid) that is used to cultivate micro-organisms

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Using 8-channel micropipettor added 100 u L culture medium to all the wells of 96 well cell culture plates except well A1.
It was reported that pyruvate and lactate are the early embryo's primary source of energy, the ratio of lactate/pyruvate would effect reductive-oxidative balance in the culture medium.
First of all the most suitable culture medium was determined.
The chemically-defined culture medium is preclinical grade, free from human- and animal-derived components, and designed for efficient expansion of undifferentiated human iPS cells.
2007) found that the addition of calcium nitrate and potassium chloride to Knudson culture medium increased the number of roots produced during micropropagation of grapevine rootstock.
The urge to design and perform studies in reputable institutes and publish the findings in high impact peerreview journals and the advertising push by companies to present their products, make it difficult for IVF clinics to select the best culture medium for in vitro development of embryos.
The experiment was conducted in quadruplicate, using nine-liter containers, with working volume of eight liters, five liters of each culture medium, and three liters of a pre-culture (inoculums), thus characterizing a stationary cultivation, in which, after inoculation there is no addition of fresh culture during the culture development (LOURENCO, 2006).
Sigma Life Science announced on Wednesday the launch of its Stemline Pluripotent Culture Medium, a novel human pluripotent stem cell culture medium that provides a consistent environment for the long-term maintenance and growth of healthy pluripotent stem cells, for the research & academic community.
In 2011 Hardy launched a new chromogenic culture medium for the primary screening of both Salmonella and Shigella species from stool.
According to analysis of variance The interaction effect between culture medium and BA, between culture medium and IBA and between culture medium and BA and IBA did not significantly effect on the number and height of produced shoots (table 1), that is, the hormones uniformly affected on both studied culture media.
The culture medium supplementation with BAP was not essential for adventitious shoot development.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers at Tarbiat Modarres University managed to optimize culture medium, proliferation and differentiation of cells in vitro and succeeded in differentiating cells on three dimensional polymeric scaffolds to increase the resistance and maintenance of hepatic cells under the aforementioned conditions.
Detlef Ritter of the Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine ITEM in Hannover, said: "What you do is cultivate cells onto a porous plastic membrane coated on the bottom with a culture medium, and then from above you conduct air with the test substance over the cells.
reitzii was competent for the long-term regeneration and multiplication of nodule cluster cultures induced in MS culture medium supplemented with 2,4-D - 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (20[micro]M).
Under experimental conditions, the use of solid culture medium to evaluate fungal growth is considered adequate, since in nature fungi normally develop on solid substrates, such as plant and animal residues, or in the soil (Griffin, 1994).