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The HEK293T (HEK293 transformed) cell line is a human embryonic kidney cell line derived from a human embryo in the 1970s. It is used in a variety of research settings and is an important tool in the study of gene expression, protein structure and function, signal transduction, and drug discovery. The cells are easy to transfect and are commonly used to study the effects of various genetic manipulations, such as overexpression or knockdown of various genes, on the cell’s phenotype. The cells have also been used in studies of stem cell biology, cancer biology, and immunology.

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Primary Cell Culture

Primary cell culture is a process used to grow and maintain cells in vitro from a single cell or a cluster of cells. This process is used to study the behavior and physiological properties of cells, and can be used for a variety of applications, including drug testing, medical research, and cell-based therapies. Primary cell culture is carried out in a controlled environment, typically on a laboratory bench, and is supported by a range of specialized equipment and reagents. The cells are kept alive by providing the necessary nutrients and maintaining the appropriate temperature, pH, and oxygen levels. The cells are also monitored for any signs of stress or contamination, and the culture is regularly checked for any changes in growth or morphology.


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The Human Cell

The human cell is the most basic unit of life. The human body is composed of trillions of cells that each have a unique structure and function. Cells are the building blocks of all living things and are responsible for growth, metabolism, and other vital processes. Cells are made up of a variety of components, including proteins, DNA, carbohydrates, lipids, and organelles.

Secondary Cell Culture

Secondary cell culture is the process of culturing cells that have been isolated and grown in the laboratory before. Cells can be grown from tissue explants, dissociated with enzymes, or even cloned from single cells. Secondary cell culture is used to expand cell lines, study cell behavior, and develop cell-based assays. Common cell types used in secondary cell culture include fibroblasts, endothelial cells, and smooth muscle cells.

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