Primary cultures preparation
Primary cells are isolated directly from the tissues of living organisms (human, rat, etc.) and can be cultured in vitro and can undergo different types of treatment, such as transfection or testing of substances (drugs). These cells have a limited number of cellular divisions, and are therefore typically used as models of physiological state in vivo. A large number of primary lines exist, and the culture conditions for each type of line are indicated.
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