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Under sterile conditions, the cells are pelleted by centrifugation at 75g for 5 min at 4°C. 40 Cristofalo, Volker, and Allen b. ). c. ). 3. 5 mL) 4. , steps 13–17, except that serum-free cell growth medium is used. 3. Replicative Life-Span As noted previously, cells in culture exhibit a finite number of replications. At the end of their in vitro life-span substantial cell death occurs; however, a stable population emerges that can exist in a viable, though nondividing, state indefinitely (128).
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