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The majority of animal cells are anchorage-dependent and require attachment to a surface for their survival and replication (1).
According to New Brunswick Scientific President and Chief Operating Officer James Orcutt, the FibraStage system provides all of the advantages of existing pre-sterilized, single-use cell culture systems -- eliminating the need for cleaning and autoclaving -- while at the same time offering reduced operating cost, compact size and high yields of protein, virus or cell mass from anchorage-dependent or suspension cultures.
Differences in anchorage-dependent growth and tumorigenicities between transformed C3H/10T 1/2 cells with morphologies that are or are not reverted to a normal phenotype by ascorbic acid.