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sc-12-0660_sm_SupplFigure1.pdf537KSupplementary Figure 1. Glutamine does not affect MSC survival in near anoxia. (A) Cell morphology at day 21, (B) quantitation of cell viability, and (C) percent of ATP per hMSC maintained in near anoxia with or without glutamine and glucose, with glutamine alone and glucose alone. These data show that the hMSCs survived and maintained their ATP content under sustained near anoxia for 21 days provided that they were cultured in the presence of glucose. In contrast, hMSCs cultured in the presence of glutamine (either 0.3 or 1.5 g/L) alone did not survive. Data are represented as mean +/− SD. *p<0.05 and **p<0.001.

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