Primary cells refer to individual cells obtained from tissues or organs of the body through trypsin, collagenase, neutral protease or other methods and cultured in vitro to simulate the environment of the body. Generally, the cultured cells within the first to tenth generation are collectively referred to as primary cells. In the absence of genetic and chemical modification, primary cells retain many important physiological characteristics of their original tissue system and can well mimic in vivo conditions. Therefore, it provides an ideal cell model for research fields such as cell biology, physiology, developmental biology, oncology, immunology, and even the research on the pathogenic mechanism of diseases and drug treatment.
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