The subject invention pertains to materials and methods for inhibiting process formation and extension by cells in culture. The subject invention further includes cultures of process-forming cells wherein formation and extension of processes have been inhibited. In another aspect, the subject invention concerns methods of transplantation using process-forming cells that have been cultured by the process-inhibiting methods of the invention.
Caviedes, Pablo; Caviedes, Raul; Freeman, Thomas B.; Asenjo, Juan A.; Andrews, Barbara A.; Sepúlveda, Dario; Arriagada, Christian; and Rivera, Julio Salazar, "Materials and methods for regulating process formation in cell culture" (2008). USF Patents. 586.
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