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lymphoma cells morphologic changes during subculturing

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Default lymphoma cells morphologic changes during subculturing



i got lymphoma cell line toledo from ATCC. During subculturing, tumor cells turned smaller and had a tendency to clump like grapes though proliferation is not limited.Is that common?Anything i can do to reverse such change?
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