Cell Culture


In the cell culture labs we cultivate primary human and murine bone cells, progenitor cells, ligament fibroblasts and cells from the nucleus and annulus of intervertebral discs. Additionally, we have a range of osteoblastic and fibroblastic cell lines (human origin: TERT4, hFOB1.19, SAOS, MG-63, murine origin: MC3T3, MLOY-4, BALB, L929) in our cell bank.



Beside the usual equipment of a modern cell culture laboratory, different special apparatus for the investigation of the influence of mechanical stresses on connective tissue cells are available for the application of strain or pressure. The machines were developed in our institute.



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Last modification: 13.07.2015

UPCOMING AND RECENT
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JOINT BIOMECHANICS COURSE
Ulm, 11 to 13 Nov. 2015
Currently no job offer (27.07.2015)
17.07.2015:
Our former employee Malte Steiner achieves Best Thesis Award of the University of Ulm
08.07.2015:
ESB Travel Award for Esther Wehrle
13.06.2015:
ISFR Travel Award for Melanie Haffner-Luntzer
28.04.2015:
ECTS Travel Award for Melanie Haffner-Luntzer
24.03.2015:
A new special Joint Biomechanics Course has been established.
13.12.2014:
3rd Talk Award of the German Spine Society for Cornelia Neidlinger-Wilke et al.
6.12.2014:
Research Award of AE for cooperation project with participation of our institute
20.11.2014:
The Collaborative Research Center 1149 "Danger Response, Disturbance Factors and Regenerative Potential after Acute Trauma" has come true!
18.11.2014:
The joint research project "Development of regenerative therapy concepts for the treatment of acquired tissue and functional defects" with the military hospital of Ulm has started
30.10.2014:
Wilhelm Roux Award for Melanie Haffner-Luntzer
22.10.2014:
Malte Steiner achieves travel grant of the German Society of Biomechanics (DGfB)