The transfer or subculture of cells from one culture vessel to another. Usually, but not necessarily, implies subdivision of a proliferating cell population enabling propagation of a cell line or cell strain.
a transfer of cells from a petri dish to another
A passage of virus through a living creature, or through tissue culture, involves inoculating the virus into the chosen medium, allowing it to multiply, and then harvesting it again. The process often causes genetic changes to the virus.
here: the transfer of adhering cells from one cell culturing vessel to another for the purpose of multiplying the cells
The subculture of Newcastle disease virus in embryonated eggs.
A round of cell growth and proliferationin cell culture.
The inoculation of an infection into an animal and then harvesting the infective agent from the animal.
The inoculation of an infectious agent into an animal.
A round of cell growth and proliferation n cell culture.
The transfer or transplantation of cells, with or without dilution, from one culture vessel to another. It is understood that any time cells are transferred from one vessel to another, a certain portion of the cells may be lost and, therefore, dilution of cells, whether deliberate or not, may occur. This term is synonymous with the term "subculture".