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Mackle, "Evaluation of Human Endothelial Cells Post Stent Deployment in a Cardiovascular Simulator In Vitro"' Annual of Biomedical Engineering, Vol.
Cytoprotection of human endothelial cells from menadione cytotoxicity by caffeic acid phenethyl ester: the role of heme oxygenase-1.
He said: "We were surprised to find that flavanoids isolated from citrus fruits were very effective at reprogramming the response of human endothelial cells to immune molecules by switching on genes that exert a natural, 'protective' effect against inflammation.
Ying Zheng and colleagues at the University of Washington in Seattle injected human endothelial cells - which line blood vessels - into tiny channels within a collagen gel.
Simmonds RE, Lane DA: Structural and functional implications of the intron / exon organization of the human endothelial cell protein C / activated protein C receptor (EPCR) gene: Comparisons with the structure of CD1 / major histocompatibility complex alpha 1 and alpha2 domains.
AngioPhase[TM] incorporates a patented technology, developed by TCS Cellworks Limited, Buckingham, UK, in which human endothelial cells are co-cultured with other human cells in a specially designed medium.
iCell Endothelial Cells are derived from human induced pluripotent stem (IPS) cells, actively proliferate, are capable of arranging themselves into tubular formations and exhibit biochemical properties of normal human endothelial cells.
Induction of ICAM-1 by TNF-[alpha], IL-1[beta] & LPS in human endothelial cells after down-regulation of PKC, Am J Physiol, 262: C57-C64.