hepatoma


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hepatoma

[‚hep·ə′tō·mə]
(medicine)
A usually malignant neoplasm arising from parenchymal cells of the liver.
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Enzymatic and spectral analysis of cytochrome oxidase in adult and fetal rat liver and Morris hepatoma 3924A.
In this study investigating the effect of PDT on the viability of HepG2 hepatoma liver cancer cell lines using Sn(IV) chlorin e6 dichloride trisodium in will be performed.
An example with hepatoma cells validates the equipment while demonstrating how this equipment can help in drug discovery, stem cell culturing, and regenerative medicine applications.
Primary hepatoma and metastasis were also included in the differential diagnosis, although in sequential imaging these generally enhance to a greater degree than as seen in this case.
The acute effect of lead acetate on glucocorticoid regulation of tyrosine aminotransferase in hepatoma cells.
Aldehyde dehydrogenase (ALDH2) activity in hepatoma cells is reduced by an adenoviral vector coding for an Aldh2 antisense mRNA.
The patient was sent home post procedure Day 2 with the possibility of performing the intended chemoembolization of the recurrent hepatoma in the future as an outpatient.
Long-term exposure to Pb leads to PKC activation in rat livers; however, Pb also inhibited the activity of PKC[alpha] in a human hepatoma cell line (Liu et al.
Another study displayed the anticancer properties of dandelion roots because of their cytoxicity to human hepatoma cancer cells.
90] microsphere treatment for unresectable hepatoma (12 patients) or metastatic liver disease (6 patients).
But it's a major problem in Asia, because many Asians have hepatitis C, a viral infection that markedly increases their risk of developing hepatoma later in life.
6) The prototype of this gene family (EphA1) was isolated from an erythropoietin-producing hepatoma cell line.