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hepatic

1. of or relating to the liver
2. Botany of or relating to the liverworts
3. having the colour of liver
4. Obsolete any of various drugs for use in treating diseases of the liver
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The aminotransferases and LDH show the greatest magnitude of increase in hepatitis because these enzymes are released into the circulation when hepatic cells become damaged or die.
From these studies, it is clear that the use of cultured cells has added to our understanding of the molecular mechanisms by which ethanol metabolism damages hepatic cells and ultimately causes liver disease.
These results showed for the first time that hepatic cells possess a mechanism for attempting to repair the wide-ranging hepatic cell necrosis associated with drug-induced acute liver failure, and that anti-CXCL10 antibodies strengthen this type of self-repairing function at the in vivo level.
The hybrid approach employs hepatic cells in a system with synthetic/non-synthetic support [1].
In our earlier work, we found that neonatal chlorpyrifos exposure produces hyperresponsiveness of hepatic cell signaling mediated through adenylyl cyclase, an effect specific to males (Meyer et al.
This expansion, which will occupy one-half of one floor in this large research building, will expedite developing liver cell-based products for commercial and therapeutic applications, and commercial production of its immortalized hepatic cell lines and therapeutic protein products and technology.
MultiCell) will officially launch its immortalized human hepatic cell lines with its new distribution partner, XenoTech LLC, at 12th annual meeting of the International Society for the Study of Xenobiotics (ISSX).
We're proud to have a noted and published hepatic cell and stem cell expert of Dr.
Previous studies by the candidate have shown successful recellularization of acellular liver scaffolds using endothelial cells and hepatic cells in a perfusion bioreactor, creating a vascularized human liver organoid.
In this study, we investigated the effect and mechanism of RCE on hepatic glucose production using hepatic cells and animal models.
Researchers at the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) have discovered that deficiency of a single protein, Mitofusin 2, in muscle and hepatic cells of mice is sufficient to cause tissues to become insensitive to insulin, thus producing an increase in blood glucose concentrations.
Once in the liver, the embryos either infect the hepatic cells or travel via the systemic circulation to other organ systems, including the lungs, brain, kidneys, and spleen.