The glossary is an alphabetical list of acronyms and terms related to our products.
Collection of Dr E M Barnes, Food Research Institute, Norwich, Norfolk, UK
Epstein Barr Nuclear Antigen
Originally a Human lymphotropic herpes virus that is now used in the immortalisation of B lymphoblast cells
European Collection of Authenticated Cell Cultures
Ethylene Diamine Tetra Acetic Acid
Epidermal Growth Factor
Eagles Minimum Essential Medium with Earles Balanced Salt Solution
Eagles Minimum Essential Medium with Hanks Balanced Salt Solution
Emergency Public Health Laboratory Service, became the Public Health Laboratory Service in 1946
Resembling or characterisation of, having the form or appearance of epithelial cells. In order to define a cell as an epithelial cell, it must possess characteristics typical of epithelial cells. For example, often epithelial cells will appear cuboidal when viewed under the light microscope and grow in sheets wherein the cells are in quite close contact with one another. In some types of epithelial cells, the nuclear to cytoplasmic ratio will be relatively high when compared to fibroblast cells.
Equine Research Station, Newmarket, UK
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