EA.hy926 cells were cultured in high glucose DMEM containing 10% FBS at 5% CO 2 in a 37°C incubator. Then, EA.hy926 cells were divided into three groups: the air group, the hyperoxia group and the APS group (2.5 mg/ml). The air group were cultured for 24, 36 and 48 h in a 5% CO 2, 37°C incubator. The hyperoxia group and the APS group were ... See full list on healthfully.com
Feb 11, 2007 · Eukaryotic (true nucleus) cells are bigger and more complex than the prokaryotes. They have internal memb. structures like mitochondria and definite nuclei (organelles - can divide), but the non-membrane structures (proteins, fats etc.) are called (inclusions - can't divide). Groups of Cells: 1. Plants 2. Animals
Taste cells cluster together in small units called taste buds (Fig-9). The average taste bud contains 20 or so taste cells. Children have the greatest number of functional taste buds, and the number decreases with age so that the adult has about 10,000 functional buds.