THE NUTRITION OF ANIMAL TISSUES CULTIVATED IN VITRO

@article{Morton1956THENO,
  title={THE NUTRITION OF ANIMAL TISSUES CULTIVATED IN VITRO },
  author={Helen Morton and Arthur E. Pasieka and Joseph F. Morgan},
  journal={The Journal of Biophysical and Biochemical Cytology},
  year={1956},
  volume={2},
  pages={589 - 596}
}
1. Cultivation of freshly explanted chick embryonic heart tissues in Hanks's salt solution for 3 to 4 days has been shown to create a general state of nutritional deficiency in the cultures. Provided the depletion is not prolonged beyond 4 days, the cultures subsequently revive and survive to a normal period in synthetic medium M 150. 2. Paper chromatographic studies on the culture medium have shown that the amino acid metabolism of the depleted cultures is restored to a normal pattern within a… CONTINUE READING
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