Conditionally Immortalized Neural Cell Lines: Potential Models for the Study of Neural Cell Function

@article{Bongarzone1996ConditionallyIN,
  title={Conditionally Immortalized Neural Cell Lines: Potential Models for the Study of Neural Cell Function},
  author={Bongarzone and Foster and Byravan and Verity and Landry and Schonmann and Amur-Umarjee and Campagnoni},
  journal={Methods},
  year={1996},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={489-500}
}
Studies on primary cell cultures have contributed significantly to our understanding of neural cell function. Nevertheless, for many studies the value of these primary cell cultures has been limited by the time the cultures survive in vitro, the quantity of cellular material available for analysis, and the need to prepare the cells on a regular basis from fresh tissue. Techniques for immortalizing cells have existed for some time, but the repertoire of immortalizing genes has grown… CONTINUE READING

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