VCD

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VCDVideo Compact Disc
VCDVersatile Compact Disk/Disc
VCDVerkehrsclub Deutschland
VCDVibrational Circular Dichroism (spectroscopy)
VCDVisual Communication Design (Istanbul Bilgi University)
VCDVascular Closure Device (medical device)
VCDVocal Cord Dysfunction
VCDVacuum Constriction Device (for treatment of erectile dysfunction)
VCDVariable Capacitance Diode
VCDVinyl Collectible Doll (merchandise)
VCDVirtual Circuit Descriptor (Cisco)
VCDVolume Control Damper
VCDValue Change Dump
VCDVirtual Communications Driver
VCDVersatile Compact Disc
VCDVideo Capture Device
VCDVirtual Compact Disc
VCDVirtual Circuit Descriptor
VCDViable Cell Density (biology)
VCDVapor-Compression Distillation
VCDVitreous Chamber Depth (myopia)
VCDVector Control Division (various locations)
VCDVery Cold Day
VCDVideo Console Display (surveillance system component)
VCDVoice Compressor/Decompressor
VCDVisual Component Designer (Microsoft)
VCDVendor Contract Declaration (various locations)
VCDVariable Center Distance
VCDVertical Calendar Department (California trial courts)
VCDVicinity Coupling Device
VCDVerification of Correction of Deficiencies
VCDVélo Club Dolois (French: Dolois Cycling Club; Dole, France)
VCDVirginia Council for the Deaf
VCDVariably Connected Desktop
VCDVertical Control Damper
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In the present study, hybridoma cells grew healthy as determined by viable cell density and produced high mAb titer in cell culture media containing superior carbohydrates due to freely available carbon source for the growth of cells (Kuby, 2007).
Viable cell density remained similar for chondrocytes treated with ropivacaine across both 37[degrees]C and 4[degrees]C.
Every two to three days, samples were taken to measure pH, p[0.sub.2], pC[O.sub.2], viable cell density, viability, glucose and lactate levels.
The primary performance criteria was viable cell density. A standard microscopic examination following the Trypan blue staining technique (dead cells take up the blue stain) was employed.
"The enhanced operational and process monitoring capabilities in the new version further benefit those scientists by enabling operations such as perfusion and monitoring of additional cell culture parameters such as carbon dioxide, viable cell density or optical density."