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How to use culture medium in a sentence
In this work, the researchers put the nanoparticles in the culture medium that bathes the tissue samples—a technique they could also use in future experiments on the space station, which has become a magnet for researchers studying diseases of aging.
The cost is dropping from the early days, when startups in the R&D stage relied on repurposed cell culture media taken from biomedical research.Your first lab-grown burger is coming soon—and it’ll be “blended” | Katie McLean | December 18, 2020 | MIT Technology Review
Cultures were made of these samples, and bacilli of different types were developed in the culture medium in a short time.Paint Technology and Tests | Henry A. Gardner
Here the germs find lodgment, here they find a culture medium—at the gateway of the human system.Civics and Health | William H. Allen
This serum is such a good culture medium that an acute abscess is likely to form—the acute bursitis of the surgeons.Psychotherapy | James J. Walsh
Nearly all species of plants can be grown to full maturity in the entire absence of these elements from their culture medium.The Chemistry of Plant Life | Roscoe Wilfred Thatcher
Such toxins being set free in the culture medium are often known as extracellular.
British Dictionary definitions for culture medium
a nutritive substance, such as an agar gel or liquid medium, in which cultures of bacteria, fungi, animal cells, or plant cells are grown
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