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Primary cultivation of embryonic chick bone marrow cells

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We describe a nonenzymatic method for obtaining bone marrow cells by flushing chick long bone with a syringe filled with sterile saline.

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Fuller, M.D., Gardner, R.M., Trueblood, M.S. et al. Primary cultivation of embryonic chick bone marrow cells. Journal of Tissue Culture Methods 6, 51–53 (1980). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01666015

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Key words

  • bone marrow cells
  • hemopoietic cells
  • rapid cultivation