Glossary

Master Cell Bank

February 27, 2012

A single pool of cells or microorganisms prepared from a selected homogenous population of cells, parent cells, distributed into vials and preserved under defined conditions (usually at -80°C or below). A vial is thawed to grow sufficient cells to create a larger number of vials of the working cell bank from which these vials are used to initiate new production batch.

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