Cell Culture Videos

Learn more about cell culture


    1) Cell Culture Tutorial - An Introduction

    Cell culture is an incredibly useful in vitro tool in cell biological research. In this technique, cells are removed from an organism and grown in suitable artificial conditions for study. Live cell culture enables the development of model systems for understanding physiological processes in the human body, mutagenesis, carcinogenesis, drug screening and development, and much more. This video will give you an overview of the categories of cells (Primary vs. Established Cell Lines), how to establish suitable growth conditions for your cells, and the principles of cell culture lab practices. Learn more about

    • History of cell culturing
    • Categories of cell culturing
    • Cell growth environment
    • Cell culture laboratory

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    Immortalized Human Endometriotic Cell Line (12Z)
    Human Normal Total Liver Cell Population
    T225 Cell Culture Flasks, Filter Cap, Sterile
    24-well Cell Culture Plates, Flat-Bottom, Individually Packed, Sterile
    Human iPSC Culture Medium Kit

    2) Cell Culture - Recombinant Adenovirus Expression System

    Recombinant Adenovirus expression vectors exploit the high nuclear transfer efficiency and the low pathogenicity of the virus to deliver genes to the host cell. Adenovirus vectors can be used in vaccines where the vector expresses a foreign antigenic protein and adenovirus vectors can be used in gene therapy, where the vector expresses a functional protein to correct a genetic defect. Learn more about:

    • Introduction & Biology
    • First and Second Generation Adenovirus
    • Helper-Dependent Adenovirus (HD-Ad)
    • Conditionally Replication-Competend Adenoviruses
    • Advantages and disadvantages of Adenoviruses
    • Clinical use of Adenoviruses

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    GFP Adenovirus
    MPZL1 3'UTR ORF-His Adenovirus (Human)

    3) Cell Culture - The Basics of Recombinant Lentivirus System

    Lentiviruses are members of the Retroviridae family of viruses, with HIV-1 being the most widely studied. Lentiviral vectors are able to deliver genes into a broad range of mammalian cell lines and tissue types and to infect both dividing and non-dividing cells. Recombinant lentivirus systems and lentiviral transfection/transduction are powerful tools and methods for gene delivery and gene therapy. Because they can stably integrate transgenes into the host genome, lentiviruses are unique tools for generating stable cell lines for long term expression. This video will introduce you to the basic structure and genome map of the HIV Lentivirus and explain the differences and advantages of using first, second, and third generation recombinant lentivirus packaging systems. Learn more about:

    • The basic components of a lentivirus
    • Advantages of the Lentivirus
    • The recombinant Lentivirus System
    • Lentivirus pseudotyping

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    1 iLenti Construct, Packaged Lentivirus
    Cas9 Nuclease Lentivirus
    ADIPOR2-1110 siRNA/shRNA/RNAi Lentivector (Human)