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CRL-1740 growth and morphology
What is the normal growth and morphology of ATCC® CRL-1740 ™, LNCaP clone FGC cells?

CRL-1740 cells grow very slowly.  These cells attach only lightly to the substrate, may not become confluent however, they can rapidly acidify the pH of the culture medium.  Floating cells are frequently still viable and may attach when the culture has completely recovered from cryopreservation.  Do not discard any floating cells during the first week of recovery. They should be retained by gentle (125 x g for 10 minutes) centrifugation and added back to the adherent population.
Date Created02/21/2014 11:39 AM
Date Updated02/21/2014 11:40 AM

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