- tissue culture plastic
Polystyrene that has been rendered wettable by oxidation, a treatment that increases its adhesiveness for cells from animal tissues, and without which anchorage -dependent cells will not grow. Commercially achieved by treatment known as glow discharge.
Dictionary of molecular biology. 2004.
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