Cell culture is one of the most important techniques in cellular and molecular biology, as it provides good model systems for investigating cell physiology and biochemistry (e.g., metabolic research, ageing), pharmacological and toxic chemical effects on cells, as well as mutagenesis and carcinogenesis. It's also employed in drug testing and research, as well as large-scale biological chemical synthesis (e.g., vaccines, therapeutic proteins). The uniformity and reproducibility of data acquired from a batch of clonal cells is the main benefit of employing cell culture for any of these applications.
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