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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A transcriptomic study suggesting human iPSC-derived hepatocytes potentially offer a better in vitro model of hepatotoxicity than most hepatoma cell lines.
Inhibition of autophagy signi fi cantly enhances combination therapy with sorafenib and HDAC inhibitors for human hepatoma cells.
As the enzymatic activity of ENPP1 seems to be needed for its inhibitory effect on insulin signaling (24), the suppression of Enpp1 mRNA abundance by insulin in primary rat hepatocytes and human hepatoma cells was expected.
All four plant extracts were found to be far less toxic against H-4-11-E rat hepatoma (liver) cell with [LC.sub.50] values ranging from 82.86 [+ or -] 3.36 [micro]g/ml to 428.77 [+ or -] 4.76 [micro]g/ml compared to the reference drug (Doxorubicin, 10.80 [+ or -] 1.63).
suggested that HBX could promote the expression of lncRNA-HULC in human immortalized normal liver L-O2 cells and hepatoma HepG2 cells, resulting in increased proliferation of hepatoma cells via the suppression of p18 [1, 25].
Human hepatoma HepG2 cells and colon carcinoma Caco-2 cells were obtained from the American Type Culture Collection (Manassas, VA), while RPTEC and InEpC were purchased from Lonza (Walkerville, MD, USA).
This study is working on the classification of hepatobiliary disorders which include alcoholic liver damage, liver cirrhosis, primary hepatoma, and cholelithiasis.
(1) (Carcinomas, Hepatocellular) or (Hepatocellular Carcinomas) or (Liver Cell Carcinoma) or (Liver Cancer) or (Liver Cancers) or (Cancer, Liver) or (Cancers, Liver) or (Carcinoma, Liver Cell) or (Carcinomas, Liver Cell) or (Cell Carcinoma, Liver) or (Cell Carcinomas, Liver) or (Liver Cell Carcinomas) or (Hepatocellular Carcinoma) or (Hepatoma) or (Hepatomas)
It is discovered in a hepatoma cell research that when the constructed P[5HRE] AFPp-p53/PEI-Fe304 magnetic NPs were used to mediate gene therapy combined with MFH, they could distinctly suppress the proliferative activity of hepatoma HepG2 cells.
Inhibitive effect of stigmasterol from Hedyotis diffusa wild on hepatoma cells in vitro vivo and its influence on transplanted H22 tumor cell's multiplication cycle, apoptosis.
All the SOLs presented as uniform solid lesions on USG, and four of the six lesions were in fact diagnosed as hepatoma. In agreement to our observation, other workers stated that imaging studies of hydatid cyst confused with hepatic tumors and majority were in the right lobe.
The aim of therapy in chronic HCV infection is to attain sustained virologic response and thus reduce liver fibrosis and hepatoma. Although Interferon plus ribavirin therapy shows a good response in patients with genotype 3, yet the problem with this regimen is the serious side-effects of interferon.