Growth of Perfused and Nonperfused Neuronal Cell Lines in Serum Deprived Medium
Growth of four neuronal cell lines cultured in serum deprived medium utilizing traditional and perfusion culturing techniques were studied. Changing from serum supplemented medium to medium deprived of serum in traditional cultures, resulted in a cessation of cellular proliferation, as well as a decrease in cellular viability. In perfusion cells retained their viability and continued to proliferate until confluency.
KeywordsNeuroblastoma Cell Glioma Cell Line Cellular Viability Neuronal Cell Line Perfusion Technique
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