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Int J Dev Biol. 1996 Oct;40(5):1061-4.

Long-term culture of avian embryonic cells in vitro.

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Research Development Corporation of Japan, Kumamoto. kuwana@infobears.or.jp

Abstract

The pH of the embryonic blood, one of the most important environmental factors for embryonic cells, was found to range from 8.1 to 8.5 in chick embryos until 108 h after incubation. Based on these results, the culture medium adjusted to pH 8.0 was used to culture embryonic chick and quail cells. They were easily subcultured for a long period of time at pH 8.0. This pH culture condition may have wide application for manipulating embryonic cells or tissues and establishing cell lines from avian embryos.

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