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This is a cell culture main article we are composing today from numerous references and sources. Please feel free to add an alter it as best you can. Please provide references whenever you can.

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what is the cell line?
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cell line is usually refered to as single type of cells, they have same genotype and phenotype..

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what is the meaning of resistance cell line and wild cell line?how can they generate?
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wild type is called to that cell line that is normal, so they are same type of cells that are normal.....
and resistance could be to some toxin or drugs.......sometime it happen that wild type cell line get some mutation and become resistance to drugs or some toxin..
just like some cancerous stem cell lines get resistance to certain drugs...

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wild type cells line are generated by primary culture.......
and resistance could be isolated from the primary culture or they are mutated in vitro by different mean like by the application of mutagens and so on......

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thanks for your answer..
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well, I will present a semınar about cancer cell line feeding and critical points of safekeeping..what do you suggest? people will ask me questions about my subject ı am thinking about that what they can ask?? I will study hard)
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What is collagen and fibronectin??
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Default Cell culture Hep2

I work whith hep2 cell line, I'm seeing strange structures like this one in the picture. Anybody know explain it??
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