Cell-line



a perpetuating strain of cells in laboratory culture.
noun
(biology) a clone of animal or plant cells that can be grown in a suitable nutrient culture medium in the laboratory

cell line n.
Cells grown in tissue culture and representing generations of a primary culture.

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