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  • Human platelet lysate to substitute fetal bovine serum in ...

    2020-9-15u2002·u2002Foetal bovine serum (FBS), is the most commonly used culture medium additive for in vitro cultures, despite its undefined composition, its potential immunogenicity and possible prion/zoonotic transmission. For these reasons, significant efforts have been targeted at finding a substitute, such as serum free-media or human platelet-lysates (hPL).

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  • Plant-based and cell-based approaches to meat production

    2020-12-8u2002·u2002Fetal bovine serum is a common additive to cell culture media and it provides essential growth factors for mammalian cell culture. In 2003, it was estimated that blood from 1,000,000 bovine fetuses was harvested to generate the annual production of 500,000 liters of fetal bovine serum 81. Serum-free alternatives include co-culture approaches or ...

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  • Plant-based and cell-based approaches to meat

    2020-12-8u2002·u2002In 2003, it was estimated that blood from 1,000,000 bovine fetuses was harvested to generate the annual production of 500,000 liters of fetal bovine serum 81. Serum-free alternatives include co ...

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    2021-9-23u2002·u2002So roughly 0.5 L of serum is needed to make 1 kg of meat. A single cow fetus can produce 150-550 ml of serum, depending on its age. Source: 'A bovine fetus of 3 months yields about 150 ml of raw FBS, at 6 months 350 ml and at 9 months (near-term) 550 ml.' Jochems et al., The use of fetal bovine serum: ethical or scientific problem?. Thus 1 ...

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  • Bioprocessing strategies for the large-scale production of ...

    2015-11-23u2002·u2002Schallmoser K, Bartmann C, Rohde E, Reinisch A, Kashofer K, Stadelmeyer E, et al. Human platelet lysate can replace fetal bovine serum for clinical-scale expansion of functional mesenchymal stromal cells. Transfusion. 2007;47:1436–46. CAS Article PubMed Google Scholar 23.

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    2020-12-8u2002·u2002cost-effective 68. Similarly, the threat of zoonotic disease trans- ... of fetal bovine serum 81. Serum-free alternatives include co- ... replacement of meat: nutritional, health, and social aspects.

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  • Materials for stem cell factories of the future

    2014-5-21u2002·u2002In 1998, a MEF feeder layer was used to support hPSC growth in a medium of 80% Dulbecco's modified Eagle's medium (DMEM), supplemented with 20% fetal bovine serum (FBS), 1 mM glutamine, 0.1 mM β ...

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  • South Korean Startup CellMEAT Raises US$4.5M To Scale ...

    2021-2-23u2002·u2002CellMEAT, a South Korean cultivated protein startup, has closed a ₩5 billion (approx. US$4.5 million) pre-Series A funding round.The firm says that the proceeds will go towards further R&D of its cell-based meat technology to scale up and cut costs, with …

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  • L-WRN conditioned medium for gastrointestinal epithelial ...

    2019-5-1u2002·u2002Conditioned medium (CM) derived from engineered cells often facilitates the cost-effective culture of a variety of stem cells. Growing emphasis on the importance of rigor and reproducibility in lab-based science requires development of best practices approaches, including quality control procedures for the assessment of CM batches to ensure reliable interpretation and reproducibility.

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  • Plant-based and cell-based approaches to meat

    2020-12-8u2002·u2002In 2003, it was estimated that blood from 1,000,000 bovine fetuses was harvested to generate the annual production of 500,000 liters of fetal bovine serum 81. Serum-free alternatives include co ...

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  • Scientific, sustainability and regulatory challenges of ...

    2020-7-16u2002·u2002van der Valk, J. et al. Optimization of chemically defined cell culture media – replacing fetal bovine serum in mammalian in vitro methods. Toxicol. In Vitro 24, 1053–1063 (2010).

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  • Prospectus of cultured meat—advancing meat alternatives ...

    2010-12-30u2002·u2002The in vitro production of meat is probably feasible with existing tissue engineering techniques and may offer health and environmental advantages by reducing environmental pollution and land use associated with current meat production systems. By culturing loose myosatellite cells on a substrate, it is probably possible to produce cultured meat by harvesting mature muscle cells after ...

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  • Animal Product Alternatives

    2021-9-23u2002·u2002So roughly 0.5 L of serum is needed to make 1 kg of meat. A single cow fetus can produce 150-550 ml of serum, depending on its age. Source: 'A bovine fetus of 3 months yields about 150 ml of raw FBS, at 6 months 350 ml and at 9 months (near-term) 550 ml.' Jochems et al., The use of fetal bovine serum: ethical or scientific problem?. Thus 1 ...

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  • South Korean Startup CellMEAT Raises US$4.5M To Scale ...

    2021-2-23u2002·u2002CellMEAT, a South Korean cultivated protein startup, has closed a ₩5 billion (approx. US$4.5 million) pre-Series A funding round.The firm says that the proceeds will go towards further R&D of its cell-based meat technology to scale up and cut costs, with …

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  • Prospects for In Vitro Cultured Meat – A Future Harvest ...

    2014-1-1u2002·u2002Ultroser G is an example of a commercially available serum substitute containing growth factors, binding proteins, adhesin factors, vitamins, hormones, mineral trace elements and has been designed specially to replace fetal bovine serum for growth of anchorage-dependent cells in vitro, . succeeded in using a serum-free medium made from Maitake ...

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  • The effect of culture media on large-scale expansion and ...

    2019-8-5u2002·u2002Adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stromal cells (ASCs) have been shown to exhibit some promising properties of their use in regenerative medicine as advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMP). However, different sources of their origin, methods of isolation, and expansion procedures cause the laboratory and clinical results difficult to compare.

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  • Is Lab-Grown Food the Future? Cultured Meat Pros & Cons

    2020-8-21u2002·u2002Since 2013, lab-grown food — and specifically cultured 'clean meat' — has been gathering increasing attention and funding. The first-ever lab-grown burger was created in 2013 by scientist Mark Post, a professor of tissue engineering at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. It garnered press interest when it was eaten and reviewed by two food critics at a London news conference.

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  • How algae's potential could make other ingredients green ...

    2021-1-21u2002·u2002Cultured meat, which is developing as a way to produce meat without raising or killing animals, has long been expensive because of the need for fetal bovine serum to …

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  • Plant-based and cell-based approaches to meat

    2020-12-8u2002·u2002In 2003, it was estimated that blood from 1,000,000 bovine fetuses was harvested to generate the annual production of 500,000 liters of fetal bovine serum 81. Serum-free alternatives include co ...

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  • Scientific, sustainability and regulatory challenges of ...

    2020-7-16u2002·u2002van der Valk, J. et al. Optimization of chemically defined cell culture media – replacing fetal bovine serum in mammalian in vitro methods. Toxicol. In Vitro 24, 1053–1063 (2010).

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  • Prospectus of cultured meat—advancing meat alternatives ...

    2010-12-30u2002·u2002The in vitro production of meat is probably feasible with existing tissue engineering techniques and may offer health and environmental advantages by reducing environmental pollution and land use associated with current meat production systems. By culturing loose myosatellite cells on a substrate, it is probably possible to produce cultured meat by harvesting mature muscle cells after ...

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  • Animal Product Alternatives

    2021-9-23u2002·u2002So roughly 0.5 L of serum is needed to make 1 kg of meat. A single cow fetus can produce 150-550 ml of serum, depending on its age. Source: 'A bovine fetus of 3 months yields about 150 ml of raw FBS, at 6 months 350 ml and at 9 months (near-term) 550 ml.' Jochems et al., The use of fetal bovine serum: ethical or scientific problem?. Thus 1 ...

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  • South Korean Startup CellMEAT Raises US$4.5M To Scale ...

    2021-2-23u2002·u2002CellMEAT, a South Korean cultivated protein startup, has closed a ₩5 billion (approx. US$4.5 million) pre-Series A funding round.The firm says that the proceeds will go towards further R&D of its cell-based meat technology to scale up and cut costs, with …

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  • Prospects for In Vitro Cultured Meat – A Future Harvest ...

    2014-1-1u2002·u2002Ultroser G is an example of a commercially available serum substitute containing growth factors, binding proteins, adhesin factors, vitamins, hormones, mineral trace elements and has been designed specially to replace fetal bovine serum for growth of anchorage-dependent cells in vitro, . succeeded in using a serum-free medium made from Maitake ...

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  • The effect of culture media on large-scale expansion and ...

    2019-8-5u2002·u2002Adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stromal cells (ASCs) have been shown to exhibit some promising properties of their use in regenerative medicine as advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMP). However, different sources of their origin, methods of isolation, and expansion procedures cause the laboratory and clinical results difficult to compare.

    Get Price
  • Is Lab-Grown Food the Future? Cultured Meat Pros & Cons

    2020-8-21u2002·u2002Since 2013, lab-grown food — and specifically cultured 'clean meat' — has been gathering increasing attention and funding. The first-ever lab-grown burger was created in 2013 by scientist Mark Post, a professor of tissue engineering at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. It garnered press interest when it was eaten and reviewed by two food critics at a London news conference.

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  • How algae's potential could make other ingredients green ...

    2021-1-21u2002·u2002Cultured meat, which is developing as a way to produce meat without raising or killing animals, has long been expensive because of the need for fetal bovine serum to …

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  • Scientific Program - WC11 Maastricht

    2021-8-23u2002·u2002SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM The program below is subject to change. Monday 23 August 2021 – Day 1 1.45 – 3.30 PM – Plenary sessions 1.30 – 2.15 PM WC11 Virtual Opening Ceremony and Welcome Address The official opening of the WC11 Virtual Congress with speeches from the Chair of the Local Organizing Committee, President of the…

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  • Not all cows are epidemiologically equal: quantifying the ...

    2014-10-17u2002·u2002Gilbert M, Mitchell A, Bourn D, Mawdsley J, Clifton-Hadley R, Wint W: Cattle movements and bovine tuberculosis in Great Britain. Nature. 2005, 435: 491-496. 10.1038/nature03548. CAS Article PubMed Google Scholar 6.

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    Your source for innovative, indispensable lab equipment, lab supplies, and services. View our wide selection of products for scientific research and education.

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  • Human steak kits are 'not technically' cannibalism say ...

    2020-11-21u2002·u2002The lab-grown meat industry claims to offer a more sustainable, cruelty-free alternative to factory farming. However, the process still relies on Foetal Bovine Serum (FBS) as a protein-rich growth ...

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  • BNF British National Formulary - NICE

    2021-9-16u2002·u2002Free online access to the UK BNF (British National Formulary) content published by NICE - last updated 2 September 2021.

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  • South Korean Startup CellMEAT Raises US$4.5M To Scale ...

    2021-2-23u2002·u2002CellMEAT, a South Korean cultivated protein startup, has closed a ₩5 billion (approx. US$4.5 million) pre-Series A funding round.The firm says that the proceeds will go towards further R&D of its cell-based meat technology to scale up and cut costs, with …

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  • Is Lab-Grown Food the Future? Cultured Meat Pros & Cons

    2020-8-21u2002·u2002Since 2013, lab-grown food — and specifically cultured 'clean meat' — has been gathering increasing attention and funding. The first-ever lab-grown burger was created in 2013 by scientist Mark Post, a professor of tissue engineering at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. It garnered press interest when it was eaten and reviewed by two food critics at a London news conference.

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  • (PDF) Guidance on Good Cell Culture Practice

    Based on review by a broad range of experts and. organisations, the aim of this Guidance is to foster. consensus among all concerned with the use of cell. and tissue culture systems, in order to ...

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  • Theses and Dissertations Available from ProQuest

    Dissertations & Theses from 2019. Krishnan, Ankita (2019) Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder Through a Cultural Lens: Perspectives, Stigma, and Cultural Values among Asians . Suzuki, Takakuni (2019) Quantifying the Relations among Neurophysiological Responses, Dimensional Psychopathology, and Personality Traits . Dissertations & Theses from 2018. Abdel-Salam, Ahmed Nabil (2018) …

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  • [PDF] Cultured meat from stem cells: challenges and ...

    As one of the alternatives for livestock meat production, in vitro culturing of meat is currently studied. The generation of bio-artificial muscles from satellite cells has been ongoing for about 15 years, but has never been used for generation of meat, while it already is a great source of animal protein. In order to serve as a credible alternative to livestock meat, lab or factory grown meat ...

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  • Plant-based and cell-based approaches to meat production ...

    2020-12-8u2002·u2002In 2003, it was estimated that blood from 1,000,000 bovine fetuses was harvested to generate the annual production of 500,000 liters of fetal bovine serum 81. …

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  • Scientific, sustainability and regulatory challenges of ...

    2020-7-16u2002·u2002van der Valk, J. et al. Optimization of chemically defined cell culture media – replacing fetal bovine serum in mammalian in vitro methods. Toxicol. In Vitro 24, 1053–1063 (2010).

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  • Prospectus of cultured meat—advancing meat alternatives ...

    2010-12-30u2002·u2002The in vitro production of meat is probably feasible with existing tissue engineering techniques and may offer health and environmental advantages by reducing environmental pollution and land use associated with current meat production systems. By culturing loose myosatellite cells on a substrate, it is probably possible to produce cultured meat by harvesting mature muscle …

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  • Animal Product Alternatives

    2021-9-23u2002·u2002So roughly 0.5 L of serum is needed to make 1 kg of meat. A single cow fetus can produce 150-550 ml of serum, depending on its age. Source: 'A bovine fetus of 3 months yields about 150 ml of raw FBS, at 6 months 350 ml and at 9 months (near-term) 550 ml.' Jochems et al., The use of fetal bovine serum: ethical or scientific problem?. Thus 1 ...

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  • South Korean Startup CellMEAT Raises US$4.5M To Scale ...

    2021-2-23u2002·u2002CellMEAT, a South Korean cultivated protein startup, has closed a ₩5 billion (approx. US$4.5 million) pre-Series A funding round.The firm says that the proceeds will go towards further R&D of its cell-based meat technology to scale up and cut costs, with the view to 'make cultured meat a reality in South Korea'.

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  • Prospects for In Vitro Cultured Meat – A Future Harvest ...

    2014-1-1u2002·u2002Ultroser G is an example of a commercially available serum substitute containing growth factors, binding proteins, adhesin factors, vitamins, hormones, mineral trace elements and has been designed specially to replace fetal bovine serum for growth of anchorage-dependent cells in vitro, . succeeded in using a serum-free medium made from Maitake ...

    Get Price
  • The effect of culture media on large-scale expansion and ...

    2019-8-5u2002·u2002Adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stromal cells (ASCs) have been shown to exhibit some promising properties of their use in regenerative medicine as advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMP). However, different sources of their origin, methods of isolation, and expansion procedures cause the laboratory and clinical results difficult to compare.

    Get Price
  • Is Lab-Grown Food the Future? Cultured Meat Pros & Cons

    2020-8-21u2002·u2002Since 2013, lab-grown food — and specifically cultured 'clean meat' — has been gathering increasing attention and funding. The first-ever lab-grown burger was created in 2013 by scientist Mark Post, a professor of tissue engineering at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. It garnered press interest when it was eaten and reviewed by two food critics at a London news …

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  • How algae's potential could make other ingredients green ...

    2021-1-21u2002·u2002Cultured meat, which is developing as a way to produce meat without raising or killing animals, has long been expensive because of the need for fetal bovine serum to create a …

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  • Plant-based and cell-based approaches to meat

    2020-12-8u2002·u2002In 2003, it was estimated that blood from 1,000,000 bovine fetuses was harvested to generate the annual production of 500,000 liters of fetal bovine serum 81. Serum-free alternatives include co ...

    Get Price
  • Scientific, sustainability and regulatory challenges of ...

    2020-7-16u2002·u2002van der Valk, J. et al. Optimization of chemically defined cell culture media – replacing fetal bovine serum in mammalian in vitro methods. Toxicol. In Vitro 24, 1053–1063 (2010).

    Get Price
  • Prospectus of cultured meat—advancing meat alternatives ...

    2010-12-30u2002·u2002The in vitro production of meat is probably feasible with existing tissue engineering techniques and may offer health and environmental advantages by reducing environmental pollution and land use associated with current meat production systems. By culturing loose myosatellite cells on a substrate, it is probably possible to produce cultured meat by harvesting mature muscle cells after ...

    Get Price
  • Animal Product Alternatives

    2021-9-23u2002·u2002So roughly 0.5 L of serum is needed to make 1 kg of meat. A single cow fetus can produce 150-550 ml of serum, depending on its age. Source: 'A bovine fetus of 3 months yields about 150 ml of raw FBS, at 6 months 350 ml and at 9 months (near-term) 550 ml.' Jochems et al., The use of fetal bovine serum: ethical or scientific problem?. Thus 1 ...

    Get Price
  • South Korean Startup CellMEAT Raises US$4.5M To Scale ...

    2021-2-23u2002·u2002CellMEAT, a South Korean cultivated protein startup, has closed a ₩5 billion (approx. US$4.5 million) pre-Series A funding round.The firm says that the proceeds will go towards further R&D of its cell-based meat technology to scale up and cut costs, with …

    Get Price
  • Prospects for In Vitro Cultured Meat – A Future Harvest ...

    2014-1-1u2002·u2002Ultroser G is an example of a commercially available serum substitute containing growth factors, binding proteins, adhesin factors, vitamins, hormones, mineral trace elements and has been designed specially to replace fetal bovine serum for growth of anchorage-dependent cells in vitro, . succeeded in using a serum-free medium made from Maitake ...

    Get Price
  • The effect of culture media on large-scale expansion and ...

    2019-8-5u2002·u2002Adipose tissue-derived mesenchymal stromal cells (ASCs) have been shown to exhibit some promising properties of their use in regenerative medicine as advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMP). However, different sources of their origin, methods of isolation, and expansion procedures cause the laboratory and clinical results difficult to compare.

    Get Price
  • Is Lab-Grown Food the Future? Cultured Meat Pros & Cons

    2020-8-21u2002·u2002Since 2013, lab-grown food — and specifically cultured 'clean meat' — has been gathering increasing attention and funding. The first-ever lab-grown burger was created in 2013 by scientist Mark Post, a professor of tissue engineering at Maastricht University in the Netherlands. It garnered press interest when it was eaten and reviewed by two food critics at a London news conference.

    Get Price
  • How algae's potential could make other ingredients green ...

    2021-1-21u2002·u2002Cultured meat, which is developing as a way to produce meat without raising or killing animals, has long been expensive because of the need for fetal bovine serum to …

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