When blood supply to the heart is blocked during a heart attack, cardiac colony-forming unit
fibroblasts replace damaged tissue with collagen-based scar tissue.
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These cells are called cardiac colony-forming unit
For the study, published in the journal Heart Lung and Circulation, researchers used mouse models to investigate the impact of 1,25D -- a form of Vitamin D that interacts with hormones -- on the cardiac colony-forming unit
fibroblasts (cCFU-Fs)cells that form scar tissue after a heart attack.
Caption: Figure 2: Results of colony-forming unit
(CFU) assay and cell proliferation analysis.
violaceum as well as the expressive number of colony-forming unit
per milliliter of C.
The only cell functionality test presently used in this field, especially for umbilical cord blood transplantation, is the colony-forming unit
(CFU) assay, which is subjective, non-validated and has been used since the early 1970s.
Topics include a method to isolate and purify human bone marrow stromal stem cells, adipose-derived stem cells, colony-forming unit
assays for MSCs, freezing and recovery of MSCs, and assays of MSCs with microrrays.
The most common functional in vitro assay currently available for prediction of engraftment is the so-called colony-forming unit
(CFU) assay in which cells are cultivated in a semiviscous methyl cellulose media enriched with various haematopoietic growth factors .
All of the tests detected the presence of as low as 1 colony-forming unit
The number of colony-forming unit
equivalents per ml in tracheal swabs from experimentally infected birds could be determined from a single sample.
Transfer frequencies were expressed as the number of transconjugants per donor colony-forming unit
after the mating period.