Preparation and use of lipid microemulsions as nutritional supplements for culturing mammalian cells


Cells grown in vitro generally have a requirement for an exogenous source of lipid. This requirement is often met by the addition of serum lipoproteins, or lipids complexed to albumin. To overcome the disadvantages of using lipoproteins or albumin for culturing cells in serum-free media, a method has been devised to provide necessary lipids. This report… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02623619


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