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Rat fetal (e15.5; n = 13-30, from 20 litters) testes and ovaries were cut into ~ 1-[mm.sup.3] pieces and cultured as described above for human hanging drop cultures.
I'm sure improvements in techniques have been made since I did this in the late 1960s, but basically once the mammalian culture medium with an antibiotic was diluted to amphibian tonicity with sterile distilled water, a small piece of lung from an adult or late embryo frog or salamander was placed on a culture coverslip (explant method of obtaining cells--no enzymes needed for cell separation), which was then configured in a hanging drop technique with a larger coverslip covering the relatively large depression in a Romicon or Maximow slide.
Outside-half Shaun Connor booted a high and hanging drop goal between the posts before Glasgow had full-back Bernardo Stortoni sin-binned when he deliberately knocked-on as the Ospreys mounted a quick attack past the Scottish region's 22.
phaseolina was introduced into soybean stems by puncturing a hanging drop from a prepared sclerotial suspension or by adding a cornmeal/sand culture mixture into potting soil prior to planting soybean in a greenhouse.
Koch invented the "hanging drop" preparation using ox-eye aqueous humor to grow the bacilli.
HDI also markets Diascan-S, a wipe system that is ideal for those who cannot attain a hanging drop of blood or who have shaky hands, and Diascan Partner, Diascan-S with an attached voice synthesizer for the visually impaired.
Hoop earrings - along with hanging drop types - have been banned by the rector of Glen Urquhart High School, in Drumnadrochit, on the shores of Loch Ness.