LMundkur At wockhardtin.com via immuno%40net.bio.net (by LMundkur At wockhardtin.com)
Fri Dec 15 01:40:11 EST 2006

I have been using the mouse macrophage cell line J 774 for the analysis of
intracellular activity of anti bacterials against S aureus. I am using RPMI
with 10% FBS for the cell growth. I observe a  change in the morphology of
the cell line  as we passage them in vitro. They are spindle shaped to
circular to begin with, but become highly differentiated with star shaped
apperance with multiple granules. Is it a normal phenotype? Can anyone
tell me the exact morphology of these cells?  and also the difference
between j774.1 and j774.2 cells

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