In this study we assessed two different media, Promocell and PneumaCult, during the differentiation and maintenance of well-differentiated primary nasal epithelial cell cultures (WD-PNECs). We compared and contrasted the consequences of these media on WD-PNEC morphological and physiological characteristics and their responses to respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) infection.
|Date made available||31 Jan 2019|
|Publisher||Queen's University Belfast|
|Date of data production||01 Mar 2019 - 01 Oct 2019|
Broadbent, L. (Creator), Manzoor, S. (Data Collector), Zarcone, M. (Data Collector), Barabas, J. (Data Collector), Shields, M. (Supervisor), Saglani, S. (Supervisor), Lloyd, C. (Supervisor), Bush, A. (Supervisor), Custovic, A. (Supervisor), Ghazal, P. (Supervisor), Gore, M. (Data Manager), Marsland, B. (Supervisor), Roberts, G. (Supervisor), Schwarze, J. (Supervisor), Turner, S. (Supervisor), Power, U. (Supervisor) (31 Jan 2019). Dataset for: Comparative primary paediatric nasal epithelial cell culture differentiation and RSV-induced cytopathogenesis following culture in two commercial media. Queen's University Belfast. TEERs(.pzf), IL_29(.pzf), cell_size(.pzf), Transwell_staining(.pzf), combined_cell_counts_and_titrations(.pzf), Cell_counts(.csv), Transepithelial_electrical_resistance_TEER_(.csv), cell_diameter(.csv), IL_29_ELISA(.csv), Transwell_staining(.csv), Virus_titrations(.csv). 10.17034/7c15ce87-a011-47e7-ba55-50e0ccb550a9