hepatic cells


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hepatic cells

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Establishment of a recombinant hepatic cell line stably expressing alcohol dehydrogenase.
The mechanism of action within the body of the factors first reported as inducing the regeneration of hepatic cells has yet to be fully analyzed, however, as have the factors involved in the creation of hepatic cords during the regeneration process and the maintenance of their function.
The next step will be the infusion of genetically modified hepatic cells.
Using necrotic models of hepatic cells in animal experiments, Rosser and Gores (1995) demonstrated the relationship between advancing hepatic dysfunction and lipoperoxide reaction (Rosser and Gores 1995).
VitaGen's proprietary C3A immortalized hepatic cells allow the ELAD(R) system to provide extended continuous treatment (more than seven days in recent clinical studies).
Liver sections from control rats showed normal lobular architecture and normal hepatic cells with a well-preserved cytoplasm and well-defined nucleus and nucleoli (Fig.
Ron Faris, MultiCell President and Chief Scientific Officer, oversaw the training of XenoTech employees in their Lenexa, Kansas facility, which will manufacture MultiCell's proprietary line of hepatic cells.
MultiCell), a global leader in human liver cell development, received and shipped its first two direct sales orders for assay plates containing immortalized hepatic cells.
MultiCell is dedicated to the development and commercialization of hepatic cells and cell lines for use in diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
According to Philip Coelho, Chairman and CEO of the Company, "Recent research suggests that there are uncommitted or "neutral" stem cells in a unit of cord blood that may have the potential to produce other cells outside the hematopoietic system such as neural or hepatic cells.
recent research suggests that there are uncommitted or "neutral" stem cells that can be induced to produce other cells outside the hematopoietic system such as neural or hepatic cells.