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Primary cultures are widely used because the cells retain their specialized functions better than cell lines.
Polyethylenimine improves the transfection efficiency of primary cultures of post-mitotic rat fetal hypothalamic neurons.
For TH treatment, T4 was used in primary culture because, physiologically, it is preferentially transported to brain through the blood-brain barrier, and primary culture contains the whole subset of cerebellar cells, including astrocytes.
Unlike mammalian cells, primary cultures of marine invertebrate cells naturally have a very low proliferative level (Bulgakov et al.
2+] homeostasis, increasing its intracellular level in a number of experimental situations, including primary culture of cerebellar granule cells.
At the primary school level, children's future autonomy is fostered not so much by a curriculum which stresses cultural and ethical diversity, but rather by reinforcing students' grasp of their primary culture.
Intangible cultural heritage and its critical importance to the identity of countries whose primary culture is maintained in oral records was an important theme throughout the conference.
A quantitative real-time RT-PCR assay for salmon IGF-I mRNA, and its application in the study of GH regulation of IGF-I gene expression in primary culture of salmon hepatocytes.
Dumont distinguishes this primary culture from what he calls secondary culture, which is the culture of another world,
The Institute for Caregiver Education has introduced Volume III of the recently revised F-Tag Crosswalk to Culture Change, a reference that highlights primary culture change principles and values and links them to dozens of federal regulations.
As we address the host of challenges that accompany the children of migrating families, we should take the opportunity to rethink some of our usual responses to children whose cultures differ from the primary culture in the educational settings serving them.

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