Microsupport with two-dimensional geometry (2D-MS). In situ determination of the growth kinetics of anchorage-dependent cells by Laser Diffraction Particle Sizing (LDPS)
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The procedure used to establish in situ (without cell trypsinization) the growth kinetics characteristics of anchorage-dependent cells propagated on microcarriers by Aperture Impedance Pulse Spectroscopy can be replaced by a novel method based on the time-dependent shifts of the size distribution histograms of cell-laden microcarriers. This we have named Laser Diffraction Particle Sizing.
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