Culture of cells in beem capsules: a new technique for electron microscopic study of monolayer cultures.
Cell-Line, Cell-Membrane: ul, Cell-Nucleolus: ul, Cell-Nucleus: ul, Cells-Cultured: ul, Cytological-Technics, Cytoplasmic-Granules: ul, Insulin: se, Intercellular-Junctions: ul, Pancreas: cy, se, SUPPORT-U-S-GOVT-P-H-S
In-Vitro. 1976 Jan; 12(1):65-73.
A method is described for the monolayer cultivation of primary cell suspensions and established cell lines directly in carbon-coated BEEM capsules, BEEM capsules are routinely employed by electron microscopists in tissue embedding procedures; growing monolayer cultures directly on the lids of inverted BEEM capsules presents the obvious advantage of maintaining cell to cell and cell to substratum conthaets with a minimum of stress and damage in the preparative steps for electron microscopy.
Eppig, J J.; Leiter, E H.; and Waymouth, C, " Culture of cells in beem capsules: a new technique for electron microscopic study of monolayer cultures." (1976). Faculty Research 1970 - 1979. 694.
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