Establishment, viral susceptibility and biological characteristics of a swine kidney cell line SK-6.

@article{Kasza1972EstablishmentVS,
  title={Establishment, viral susceptibility and biological characteristics of a swine kidney cell line SK-6.},
  author={Leslie Kasza and John A. Shadduck and G J Christofinis},
  journal={Research in veterinary science},
  year={1972},
  volume={13 1},
  pages={
          46-51
        }
}
Summary A swine kidney cell line (SK-6), established from a 6-month-old female pig, was subcultured 200 times during a period of 6 years. The cultural pattern was epithelioid. The chromosome complement of the cell line was aneuploid, and the modal number of chromosomes was 39. Cultures grew relatively slowly and 6 to 7 days were required to develop confluent monolayers when 80,000 cells per ml. were seeded. The cells did not produce tumours in hamsters or in young gnotobiotic pigs. The cell… CONTINUE READING
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