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人非小细胞肺癌细胞NCI-H358

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细胞名称

人非小细胞肺癌细NCI-H358                  

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BFN60800666

产品规格

T25培养x1

1.5ml冻存x2

细胞数量

1x10^6

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保存温度

37

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常温保温运输

干冰运输

安全等级

1

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培养体系

DMEM高糖培养基Hyclone+10%胎牛血清Gibco+1%双抗Hyclone

培养温度

37

二氧化碳浓度

5%

简介

人非小细胞肺癌细NCI-H358细胞于1981年从一位开始化疗之前的患者的肿瘤组织中分离建株。超微结构研究表明细胞质中Clara细胞的特征结构细胞表达主要的肺表面结合蛋SP-A的蛋白RNA。不表SP-BSP-C。他们在软琼脂中的克隆形成效率0.83% 

注释

Part of: Cancer Cell Line Encyclopedia (CCLE) project.

Part of: COSMIC cell lines project.

Part of: MD Anderson Cell Lines Project.

Part of: NCI RAS program mutant KRAS cell line panel.

Doubling time: 38 hours (in RPMI 1640 + 10% FBS), 76 hours (in ACL-3), 60 hours (in ACL-3 + BSA) (PubMed=3940644); 38 hours (ECACC).

Microsatellite instability: Stable (MSS) (Sanger).

Omics: Deep exome analysis.

Omics: Deep phosphoproteome analysis.

Omics: Deep proteome analysis.

Omics: Deep RNAseq analysis.

Omics: DNA methylation analysis.

Omics: Protein expression by reverse-phase protein arrays.

Omics: SNP array analysis.

Omics: Transcriptome analysis.

Caution: We are not certain that NCI-H358 and NCI-H358M are identical.

Misspelling: H1358; In PubMed=1311061 table 1.

STR信息

 Amelogenin:X,YCSF1PO:1112D13S317:812D16S539:1213D18S51:14D19S433:1314D21S11:2830D2S1338:1723D3S1358:1418D5S818:10,12D7S820:1011D8S1179:1314FGA:20,21TH01:6TPOX:89vWA:17

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验收细胞注意事 

1、收到人非小细胞肺癌细NCI-H358细胞,请查看瓶子是否有破裂,培养基是否漏出,是否浑浊,如有请尽快联系 

2、收到人非小细胞肺癌细NCI-H358细胞,如包装完好,请在显微镜下观察细胞,由于运输过程中的问题,细胞培养瓶中的贴壁细胞有可能从瓶壁中脱落下来,显微镜下观察会出现细胞悬浮的情况,出现此状态时,请不要打开细胞培养瓶,应立即将培养瓶置于细胞培养箱里静 3-5 小时左右,让细胞先稳定下,再于显微镜下观察,此时多数细胞会重新贴附于瓶壁。如细胞仍不能贴壁,请用台盼蓝染色法鉴定细胞活力,如台盼蓝染色证实细胞活力正常请按悬浮细胞的方法处理 

3、收到人非小细胞肺癌细NCI-H358细胞后,请镜下观察细胞,用恰当方式处理细胞。若悬浮的细胞较多,请离心收集细胞,接种到一个新的培养瓶中。弃掉原液,使用新鲜配制的培养基,使用进口胎牛血清。刚接到细胞,若细胞不多 血清浓度可以加 15%去培养。若细胞迏 80% ,血清浓度还是 10 

4、收到人非小细胞肺癌细NCI-H358细胞时如无异常情 ,请在显微镜下观察细胞密度,如为贴壁细胞,未超80%汇合度时,将培养瓶中培养基吸出,留 5-10ML 培养基继续培养:超 80%汇合度时,请按细胞培养条件传代培养。如为悬浮细胞,吸出培养液1000 /分钟离 3 分钟,吸出上清,管底细胞用新鲜培养基悬浮细胞后移回培养瓶 

5、将培养瓶置 37培养箱中培养,盖子微微拧松。吸出的培养基可以保存在灭菌过的瓶子里,存放 4冰箱,以备不时之需 

624 小时后,人非小细胞肺癌细NCI-H358细胞形态已恢复并贴满瓶壁,即可传代。(贴壁细胞)将培养瓶里的培养基倒去, 3-5ml(以能覆盖细胞生长面为准PBS  Hanks液洗涤后弃去。 0.5-1ml 0.25% EDTA 的胰酶消化,消化时间以具体细胞为准,一 1-3 分钟,不超 5 分钟。可以放37培养箱消化。轻轻晃动瓶壁,见细胞脱落下来,加 3-5ml 培养基终止消化。用移液管轻轻吹打瓶壁上的细胞,使之*脱落,然后将溶液吸入离心管内离心1000rpm/5min。弃上清,视细胞数量决定分瓶数,一般一传二,如细胞量多可一传三,有些细胞不易传得过稀,有些生长较快的细胞则可以多传几瓶,以具体细胞和经验为准。(悬浮细胞)用移液管轻轻吹打瓶壁,直接将溶液吸入离心管离心即可 

7、贴壁细 ,悬浮细胞。严格无菌操作。换液时,换新的细胞培养瓶和换新鲜的培养液375%CO2 培养。

 

特别提醒 原瓶中培养基不宜继续使用,请更换新鲜培养基培养。



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