Establishment and characterization of 7 ovarian carcinoma cell lines and one granulosa tumor cell line: Growth features and cytogenetics

@article{BergBakker1993EstablishmentAC,
  title={Establishment and characterization of 7 ovarian carcinoma cell lines and one granulosa tumor cell line: Growth features and cytogenetics},
  author={C. A. van den Berg-Bakker and A. Hagemeijer and E. Franken‐Postma and V. Smit and P. Kuppen and H. V. R. Claasen and C. Cornelisse and P. Schrier},
  journal={International Journal of Cancer},
  year={1993},
  volume={53}
}
The characteristics of 7 newly established ovarian carcinoma cell lines and one granulosa tumor cell line obtained from tumor samples of 7 patients with varying histology of the primary tumor are reported. The cell lines were isolated from 5 serous carcinomas, a mucinous carcinoma, an endometrioid carcinoma and a granulosa cell tumor. All cell lines were passaged at least 25 times and showed stable growth rates. Colony‐forming efficiency varied on plastic from 2 to 57% and in agar from 0.01 to… Expand
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