lining cells

lining cells

A nonspecific term loosely used as a synonym for:
(1) Vascular endothelial cells; 
(2) Epithelial cells lining any hollow viscus (e.g., mucosa of gall bladder or urinary bladder) or tubular lumen (e.g., female genital tract or the GI tract);
(3) Littoral cells, a colloquial term for the cells lining lymphatic vessels and vessels in the bone marrow.
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One exposed human nose lining cells to e-cigarette vapour in the lab, another involved mice inhaling vapour and then being exposed to pneumococcal bacteria, the main cause of pneumonia.
The team then used "special proteins and other substances", to morph the cells into intestinal lining cells.
The alveolar epithelial differentiation of glandular inner lining cells in a mucoepidermoid carcinoma of the lung: A case report.
And since the gut is also full of microbes, the intestinal lining cells are on the front lines, interacting with bacteria.
Most workers report the vascular lining cells to stain with Factor VIII and CD 34, confirming the vascular lineage of these cells.
The lining cells in MGA are characteristically small and cuboidal, with varying amounts of clear to eosinophilic cytoplasm.
As the severity of the changes in different cell layers have been identified the epithelial lining cells of the degree of dysplasia.
3% 3 Epitheloid cells 6 75% 4 Proliferation of synovial lining cells 4 16.
These are cells that can become a variety of different types of cells, anywhere from stomach lining cells to cells in the nervous system.
What's more, the Penn group discovered that COX-2 in lining cells controls the expression of eNOS, the enzyme that makes NO in the body.
The team was able to take and clone the oral lining cells from the insides of patients' cheeks.
15) Subsequently, phloridzin blocks the active transport of glucose out of those intestinal lining cells into the bloodstream.