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Physiologically Relevant Cell Culture, Is it true?

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  Physiologically Relevant Cell Culture   As early as 1969 Shaw and Pace reported that: “Cells tolerate a low O 2  exposure (5%) for at least 20 days while continuous exposure to high O 2  atmosphere results in degeneration and death after 7–10 days” (1). These were one of the first experiments showing that cells in culture survive better in...
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Microgravity cell culture in the space and on earth

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Microgravity cell culture in the space and on earth. One hundred years ago the hanging drop method was usual in microbiology, and with this method Robert Koch was able for the first time to see under the microscope cultured anthrax bacilli and live Vibrio cholera in Egypt’s contaminated waters. The method is simple: just put a drop of water, containing...
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