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In vitro culture of epithelial cells derived from urogenital tissues

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A tissue culture procedure is described which yields a high percentage of successful longterm cultures of epithelial cells derived from malignant and non-malignant human urogenital tissues.

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Supported by N.I.H. Grant No. 1 R26 CA15972-01 and Veterans Administration Projects 1044 and 7080.

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Stone, K.R., Paulson, D.F., Bonar, R.A. et al. In vitro culture of epithelial cells derived from urogenital tissues. Urol. Res. 2, 149–153 (1975). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00257263

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Key words

  • Tissue culture
  • prostate
  • bladder
  • kidney