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(Science: chemistry, pharmacology) Any more or less inert substance added to a prescription in order to confer a suitable consistency or form to the drug, a vehicle.

Origin: L. Excipiens, capere = to take

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What means 'mixing cells' in the following context: 'the presence of a physiological excipient called mixing cells.' ? is this a mixed cell culture? Thanks in advance

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by TallKing
Tue May 06, 2008 8:37 am
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: mixing cells
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