Human Cell Culture Protocols by Joanna Picot
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5–4 × 106 cells/75-cm2 flask after 28 d in primary culture. Cell viability is generally ≥90%. 2. Osteoblastic Cell Lines Osteosarcomas are malignant tumors of bone derived from cells of the osteoblast lineage. An osteosarcoma is a relatively uncommon tumor, although it is the most frequently occurring primary malignant tumor of bone, predominantly occurring in children and adolescents. It is also reported to occasionally occur in elderly patients with long-standing Paget’s disease of bone. Histologically, the tumor is heterogeneous, the cells being associated with immature bone matrix or osteoid.
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