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Thawing, Culturing, and Cryopreserving Drosophila Cell Lines

DOI :

10.3791/59459-v

7:57 min

April 16th, 2019

April 16th, 2019

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1Drosophila Genomics Resource Center, Department of Biology, Indiana University Bloomington

Drosophila cell lines are important reagents for both fundamental and biomedical research. This article provides protocols for thawing, subculturing, and the cryopreservation of commonly used Drosophila cell lines to assist researchers in incorporating the use of these reagents in their research.

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Keywords Drosophila Cell Lines

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