Stimulating Effect of Low-Molecular Fraction from Cord Blood on Adhesion and Proliferation of Human Fibroblast Culture after Cryopreservation
Keywords:cord blood fraction below 5 kDa, human fibroblasts, cryopreservation, adhesion, proliferation
The effect of the fraction below 5 kDa, procured from cord blood, on adhesive and proliferative properties of human embryonic fibroblast diploid culture was studied. The mentioned fraction was shown as not affecting the efficiency of cell attachment, increasing the rate of cell flattening on substrate and stimulating proliferation of both native culture and after cryopreservation. There was concluded about a stimulating effect of cord blood fraction on human fibroblast culture growth, with demonstrating its reparative effect on a disordered cellular metabolism after cryopreservation.
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