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An animal cell culture: Advance technology for modern research

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ABSTRACT

At the present time animal cell culture is more significant and multifarious application tool for current research streams. A lot of field assorted from animal cell culture such: stem cell biology, IVF technology, cancer cell biology, monoclonal antibody production, recombinant protein production, gene therapy, vaccine manufacturing, novel drug selection and improvement. In this review conclude animal cell culture as well as its requirements

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Nema, R. and Khare, S. (2012) An animal cell culture: Advance technology for modern research. Advances in Bioscience and Biotechnology, 3, 219-226. doi: 10.4236/abb.2012.33030.

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