Seria cultivation of strains of human epidemal keratinocytes: the formation keratinizin colonies from single cell is

@article{Rheinwatd1975SeriaCO,
  title={Seria cultivation of strains of human epidemal keratinocytes: the formation keratinizin colonies from single cell is},
  author={James G. Rheinwatd and Howard Green},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1975},
  volume={6},
  pages={331-343}
}

Growth requirements of human cervical epithelial cells in culture

The successful serial cultivation of cervical epithelium, HCE, depends upon the presence of a non‐dividing fibroblast feeder layer which provides both attachment and growth factors for epithelial cells.

Growth and ultrastructural characterization of proliferating human keratinocytes in vitro without added extrinsic factors

The procedure detailed in this study will produce highly differentiated fibroblast-free epidermal sheets reaching several centimeters in size and which can be removed from the substratum as a single sheet of organized epidermis.

Tumorigenic keratinocyte lines requiring anchorage and fibroblast support cultured from human squamous cell carcinomas.

It is demonstrated that SCC's often grow as established lines in culture, but they frequently possess in vitro growth requirements similar to those of normal keratinocytes.

Optimized conditions for the growth of human epidermal cells in culture.

Improvements in culture conditions enhance the suitability of human keratinocyte cultures for a number of biological studies.

Growth characteristics of human epidermal kerationcytes from newborn foreskin in primary and serial cultures

Using gels of acid-soluble, collagen as a culture surface, trypsin-released keartinocytes from 0.1-mm, split-thickness sections of newborn foreskin may be plated with high efficiency and subcultured at a 1∶5 split a 2- to 3-week intervals for three subpassages indicating the biochemical onset of maturation.

Improvement of human keratinocyte isolation and culture using thermolysin.

Isolation, cultivation, and characterization of normal human esophageal epithelial cells

Normal human esophageal epithelial cells can now be grown and serially propagated in cell culture either using serum-containing medium and lethally irradiated 3T3 fibroblasts to support epithelial
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