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Stem Cell Related Patent Number US7022518

Title:Apparatus and method for co-culturing of cells
Inventors:Feye, Glen; San Diego, CA, USA
Summary:Herein is described a co-culture apparatus for converting a progenitor cell line into a target cell line. The novel apparatus comprises an exterior receptacle, a removable cartridge that fits into the exterior receptacle, and a closure member to seal the apparatus. Further disclosed are methods by which a progenitor cell line is established, followed by the establishment of a support cell line and co-culturing of the progenitor and support cell lines together, after which a transformation cell line is established and co-cultured with the progenitor cell lines, resulting in the transformation cell line supporting the transformation of the progenitor cell line into a target cell line.
Abstract:A co-culture apparatus and method for, among other things, converting a progenitor cell line into a target cell line. The apparatus comprises an exterior receptacle, a removable cartridge that fits into the exterior receptacle, and a closure member to seal the apparatus. The invention is also directed to a method for transforming a progenitor cell line into a target cell line. In one embodiment of the invention, the method comprises the steps of: establishing a progenitor cell line; establishing a support cell line; co-culturing said progenitor and support cell lines; establishing a transformation cell line; and co-culturing said progenitor and transformation cell lines, wherein the transformation cell line supports the transformation of the progenitor cell line into a target cell line.
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Title Number:US7022518
Application Number:US2005000045334
Date Filed:31/01/2005
Date Published:04/04/2006
Assignee:None


 
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