Pharmaceutical Microbiology

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In animal cell culture, what is the difference between primary cell culture and established cell culture?

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  1. Primary cells will be the cells taken straightforwardly from living tissue (for example biopsy material) and set up for development in vitro.

    An established cell culture will multiply uncertainly given proper new medium and space. In contrast to cell strains, they become deified.

    Cells in the primary cell culture have comparable hereditary cosmetics to the cells of the host tissue while cells in the secondary cell culture have adjusted hereditary cosmetics

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