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biological source   Porcine testis
growth mode   Adherent
karyotype   Not specified
morphology   Not specified
products   Not specified
receptors   Not specified
application(s)   cell culture | mammalian: suitable
shipped in   dry ice
storage temp.   −196°C

Description

Cell Line Origin

Porcine testis, foetal

Cell Line Description

The cell line was established in 1960 from the trypsinised testis of a normal 80-90 day old porcine foetus. The cells support the growth of various porcine parvo- and entero-viruses, and also pseudorabies virus. Also useful in the propagation and isolation of transmissible gastro-enteritis of swine.

Culture Medium

EMEM (EBSS) + 2mM Glutamine + 1% Non Essential Amino Acids (NEAA) + 1mM Sodium Pyruvate (NaP) + 10% Foetal Bovine Serum (FBS).

Subculture Routine

Split sub-confluent cultures (70-80%) 1:3 to 1:6 i.e. seeding at 2-4x10,000 cells/cm2 using 0.25% trypsin/EDTA; 5% CO2; 37°C.

Other Notes

Cultures from HPA Culture Collections and supplied by Sigma are for research purposes only. Enquiries regarding the commercial use of a cell line are referred to the depositor of the cell line. Some cell lines have additional special release conditions such as the requirement for a material transfer agreement to be completed by the potential recipient prior to the supply of the cell line. Please view the Terms & Conditions of Supply for more information.

Safety & Documentation

Safety Information

RIDADR 
NONH for all modes of transport

Documents

Certificate of Analysis

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Cell Culture Guide

ECACC Laboratory Handbook
Protocols & Articles
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