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Tobacco BY-2 cells

Tobacco BY-2 cells is a cell line of plant cells, which was established from a callus induced on a seedling of Nicotiana tabacum cv. BY-2 (cultivar Bright Yellow - 2 of the tobacco plant).

Overview

Tobacco BY-2 cells are nongreen, fast growing model organism.

They are used as model systems for differentiation.

References

  • Nagata T, Nemoto Y, Hasezawa S (1992) Tobacco BY-2 cell line as the "HeLa" cell in the cell biology of higher plants. International Review of Cytology 132, 1-30
  • Kirchhoff, Janina, et al. "Monoclonal tobacco cell lines with enhanced recombinant protein yields can be generated from heterogeneous cell suspension cultures by flow sorting." Plant biotechnology journal 10.8 (2012): 936-944.

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External links

  • What is BY-2, Transcriptome Analysis of BY2 project page.
  • Cell and Molecular Biology of Tobacco BY-2 cells: [1]
  • The book compiling extensive knowledge on tobacco BY-2 cells: Edited by Nagata, Toshiyuki; Hasezawa, Seiichiro; Inzé, Dirk
  • The second book compiling extensive knowledge on tobacco BY-2 cells: Edited by Nagata, Toshiyuki; Matsuoka, Ken; Inzé, Dirk
  • Tobacco BY-2 cell suspension proteome database
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