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Knazek Richard A, Gullino Pietro M, Dedrick Robert L, Kidwell William R: Cell culture on semi-permeable tubular membranes. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of Health, May 13, 1975: US3883393 (94 worldwide citation)

The growth of cells in vitro on semi-permeable, tube-shaped membranes or capillaries is disclosed. Cells are initially allowed to settle onto the outer surfaces of the membranes in a nutrient medium environment while the membranes are continuously perfused by oxygenated nutrient medium flowing throu ...


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Cell culture on semi-permeable tubular membranes. Cellco, May 21, 1975: GB1395291-A (2 worldwide citation)

1395291 Culturing tissue-cells CELLCO Inc 8 May 1973 [18 May 1972] 21967/73 Heading C6F Tissue-cells are grown in vitro on a plurality of capillaries having walls which are permeable to nutrients for the cells, while a nutrient medium is passed through the capillaries, and the capillaries are arrang ...


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Gullino Pietro M, Knazek Richard A, Kidwell William R, Dedrick Robert L: Traduction non-disponible, Cell culture on semi-permeable tubular membranes. Cellco, MARKS & CLERK, April 28, 1981: CA1100067

ABSTRACT OF THE DISCLOSURE The growth of cells in vitro on semi-permeable, tube-shapedmembranes or capillaries is disclosed. Cells are initiallyallowed to settle onto the outer surfaces of the membranes in anutrient medium environment while the membranes are continuouslyperfused by oxygenated nutrie ...


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EXPANSION OF STEM CELLS IN HOLLOW FIBER BIOREACTORS. ReGenesys BVBA, January 26, 2017: US20170022472-A1

The invention is directed to producing large numbers of cells using hollow fiber bioreactor technology. The cells are non-embryonic stem, non-germ cells that can be characterized by one or more of the following: extended replication in culture and markers of extended replication, such as telomerase, ...