The cell growth curve is a common method to assess cell growth (absolute cell number) and is an important indicator of cell viability. In general, as they are passaged, cells adhere to the wall after a short suspension which is followed with an incubation period, an exponential growth phase that features many divisions. In order to accurately describe the dynamic change of the cell number during the whole process, a typical growth curve is composed of four distinct phases: the lag phase (latent period of slow growth), the exponential or log phase (period with a large slope), the stationary phase (a period the plateaued growth), and the death phase (a period with cell degeneration and decline).
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