PMID: 6988252Jan 1, 1980Paper

The mass culture of human diploid fibroblasts in packed beds of glass beads

Developments in Biological Standardization
C Burbidge

Abstract

A system is described in which human diploid fibroblasts or other anchorage dependent cells may be conveniently cultured. The method would appear to offer a solution to the problem of the mass culture of such cells for the purpose of producing biologicals such as interferon.

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Cell Adhesion
Cell Density
Cell Division Phases
Cytological Techniques
Fibroblasts
Glass (Substance)

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