Chapter 1 (a)

Introduction to Animal Cell Culture

At the end of this topic students will be able to understand a basic concepts in animal cell culture technology. This includes :general terms that usually use in animal cell culture, tissue culture applications nowadays, differentiate between primary cells and establish cell lines.

Chapter 1 (b)

Introduction to Animal Cell Culture

At the end of this topic students will be able to understand a basic concepts in animal cell culture technology. This includes :general terms that usually use in animal cell culture, tissue culture applications nowadays, differentiate between primary cells and establish cell lines.

Chapter 2 (a)

Laboratory Requirements and Aseptic Techniques

At the end of this chapter students will be able to recognize all of the important laboratory equipments and its functions, learn how to have a good aseptic techniques when handling animal cells in lab and learn how to avoid or reduce contamination while culturing cells.

Chapter 2 (b)

Laboratory Requirements and Aseptic Techniques

At the end of this chapter students will be able to recognize all of the important laboratory equipments and its functions, learn how to have a good aseptic techniques when handling animal cells in lab and learn how to avoid or reduce contamination while culturing cells.

Chapter 3

Defined Media and Supplements

This chapter discuss on the basic media requirements, types of sera that can be used, supplements that are needed by different types of cells and physicochemical properties that could affect cell growth.

Chapter 4 (a)

Primary Culture, Subculture and Cell Line, Cryopreservation

In this chapter students will be exposed in details about primary and cell lines culture, how to do the subculture when the cells reach their confluency. At the last part, students will learn about the biological of the cultured cells that includes the extracellular matrix, cytoskeleton, cell adhesion molecules, etc.

Chapter 4 (b)

Primary Culture, Subculture and Cell Line, Cryopreservation

In this chapter students will be exposed in details about primary and cell lines culture, how to do the subculture when the cells reach their confluency. At the last part, students will learn about the biological of the cultured cells that includes the extracellular matrix, cytoskeleton, cell adhesion molecules, etc.

Chapter 5

Cloning and Selection

    Chapter 6

    Animal Cell Culture Application In Technology