Principles of cell culture: Animal cell culture equipment and techniques, D. Barnes; Making informed choices - medium, serum, and serum-free medium - how to choose the appropriate medium and culture system for the model you wish to create, J.P. Mather; Cell line availability - where to get the cell lines you need, R.J. Hay; Cell culture contamination - sources, consequences, prevention, and elimination, M.G. Gabridge. Establishing cell lines: Immortalization by gene transfection, Y. Katakura et al; Establishment of mammalian testicular cell lines, M.-C. Hoffmann, J.L. Millan; Cell hybridization, hybridomas, and human hybridomas, S. Shirahata et al; establishing human glioma-derived cell lines, M. Westphal, H. Meissner; Culture methods for selective growth of normal rat and human Schwann cells, R. Li; Invertebrate cell culture considerations - insects, ticks, shellfish, and worms, C.J. Bayne; Cell line characterization and authentication, J. Kaplan, B. Hukku. Specialized culture techniques: Laboratory scale-up of cell cultures (0,5-50 litres), J.P. Mather; Cell synchronization, G.F. Merrill; Measurement of cell death, D.T. Loo, J.R. Tillema; Simultaneous measurement of cell cycle and apoptotic cell death, A. Moore et al; Embryonic stem cells, creating transgenic animals, M. Pirity et al. Microscopy and morphology: Electron microscopy - use of transmission and scanning electron microscopy to study cells in culture, D.M. Phillips; Indirect immuno-fluorescence microscopy in cultured cells, S.P. Wheatly, Y.-L.Wang; Cellular localization of mRNA and protein - in situ hybridization histochemistry and in situ ligand binding, T.K. Woodruff.