Chemically defined serum-free and xeno-free media for multiple cell lineages.

Abstract

Cell culture is one of the most common methods used to recapitulate a human disease environment in a laboratory setting. Cell culture techniques are used to grow and maintain cells of various types including those derived from primary tissues, such as stem cells and cancer tumors. However, a major confounding factor with cell culture is the use of serum and… (More)
DOI: 10.3978/j.issn.2305-5839.2014.09.05

Topics

Cite this paper

@article{Usta2014ChemicallyDS, title={Chemically defined serum-free and xeno-free media for multiple cell lineages.}, author={S{\"u}meyra Naz Usta and Christopher D Scharer and Jie Xu and Teryl K. Frey and Rodney J Nash}, journal={Annals of translational medicine}, year={2014}, volume={2 10}, pages={97} }