IFO50413 BS-C-1

Cell information

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JCRB No.   IFO50413 Cell Name   BS-C-1
Profile   suitable host for transfection experiments of SV40 vectors Other Name   
Animal   monkey, African green Strain   African green
Genus   Cercopithecus Species   aethiops
Sex    Age   
Identity   available Tissue for Primary Cancer   kidney
Case history    Metastasis   
Tissue Metastasized    Genetics   
Life Span   infinite Crisis PDL   
Morphology   epithelial-like Character   suitable for transfection, especially for SV40
Classify    Established by   Hopps, H. E. et al.
Registered by   Takeuchi,M. Regulation for Distribution   
Comment    Year   1993
Medium   Eagle's minimal essential medium with non-essential amino acids and 10% fetal bovine serum Methods for Passages   trypsin-EDTA
Cell Number on Passage    Race   
CO2 Conc.   5 % Tissue Sampling   kidney
Tissue Type   

Detection of virus genome fragment by Real-time PCR
Detected DNA Virus not tested Detected RNA Virus not tested

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LOT Information

Cell No.   IFO50413 Cell Name   BS-C-1
LOT No.   882 Lot Specification   distribution
Medium   E.MEM with NEAA, 90% ; FBS, 10% Temperature   37 C
Cell Density at Seeding    Methods for Passages   trypsin-EDTA
Doubling Time    Cell Number in Vial (cells/1ml)   1 x 10^6
Viability at cell freezing (%)   >99 Antibiotics Used   free
Passage Number   Unknown PDL   
Sterility: MYCOPLASMA   - Sterility: BACTERIA   -
Sterility: FUNGI   - Isozyme Analysis   NP, MD, PepB
Chromosome Mode    Chromosome Information   
Surface Antigen    DNA Profile (STR)   
Adhesion    Exoteric Gene   
Medium for Freezing   10% DMSO, 20% serum (final conc.) - culture medium CO2 Conc.   
RFLP    Viability immediately after thawing (%)   
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