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What is NHBE?

What is NHBE?

Normal and Diseased Bronchial Epithelial (NHBE and DHBE) cells are isolated from epithelial lining of airways above bifurcation of the lungs. CC-2540S are NHBEs suitable for air-liquid interface cell culture and are guaranteed for differentiation marked by cilia formation, mucin production, and TEER levels.

What are calu 3 cells?

Calu-3 is a non-small-cell lung cancer cell line that grows in adherent culture and displays epithelial morphology. These cells have constitutively active ErbB2/Her2 due to amplification of the ERBB2 gene.

What are primary bronchial epithelial cells?

Primary Human Bronchial Epithelial Cells (HBEpC) are isolated from the surface epithelium of human bronchi and stain positive for cytokeratin. The respiratory epithelia are responsible for the lubrication of the lungs, the maintenance of humidity, and the cleaning of the respiratory tract.

What is in BEGM media?

SingleQuots include following growth supplements: BPE, 2 ml; Hydrocortisone, 0.5 ml; hEGF, 0.5 ml; Epinephrine, 0.5 ml; Transferrin, 0.5 ml; Insulin, 0.5 ml; Retinoic Acid, 0.5 ml; Triiodothyronine, 0.5 ml; GA-1000, 0.5 ml.

What are Vero cells used for?

Uses in research as host cells for growing viruses; for example, to measure replication in the presence or absence of a research pharmaceutical, the testing for the presence of rabies virus, or the growth of viral stocks for research purposes.

What are epithelial cells squamous?

Squamous epithelial cells are large, polygonal cells with small round nuclei. They tend to fold on themselves and sometimes are confused with casts. Their large size allows them to be easily distinguished from casts. (2) Common in voided or catheterized samples due to urethral or vaginal contamination.

What are HuH-7 5 cells?

The human hepatoma-derived HuH-7 cell line and its derivatives (Huh7. 5 and Huh7. 5.1) have been widely used as a convenient experimental substitute for primary hepatocytes. In particular, these cell lines represent host cells suitable for propagating the hepatitis C virus (HCV) in vitro.

Where does Vero cell come from?

Vero cells are derived from the kidney of an African green monkey, and are one of the more commonly used mammalian continuous cell lines in microbiology, and molecular and cell biology research.

Why are Vero cells used to grow viruses?

Vero E6 cells show some contact inhibition, so are suitable for propagating viruses that replicate slowly.