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Using Mouse Mammary Tumor Cells to Teach Core Biology Concepts: A Simple Lab Module

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10.3791/52528-v

June 18th, 2015

June 18th, 2015

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1Department of Natural Sciences, Marymount Manhattan College

A feasible laboratory module for biology undergraduates that explores advanced cellular and molecular concepts using animal cell culture is described. Students grow, characterize and manipulate a breast cancer cell model by exposure to chemotherapy agents. Cell viability is assayed through cell counting using both a standard and novel method.

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