In both cultivated HepG2 hepatocytes and primary human monocyte-derived macrophages, testosterone led to a dose-dependent up-regulation of SR-BI, which was assessed on both the mRNA and the protein levels.
What does HMDM stand for?
HMDM stands for Human Monocyte-Derived Macrophage (biochemistry)
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- Human Macrophage-Derived Factor
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- Hydraulic Motor-Driven Generator
- Hastings Macleay Division of General Practice (Australia)
- Health Manpower Development Institute (India)
- Hessisches Ministerium Des Innern und für Sport (German: Hessian Ministry of the Interior and for Sport; Wiesbaden, Germany)
- Hexamethylene Di-Isocyanate
- Hogeschool Management Documentaire Informatievoorziening (Dutch: Documentary Information Management College)
- Hessisches Ministerium Der Justiz (Germany)
- High-Mode Dispersion Management (LaserComm)
- Human Peripheral Blood Monocyte-Derived Macrophages
- Hopkins Medical Device Network (Johns Hopkins University)
- Harmonic Motion Description Protocol
- Health Manpower Development Programme (Singapore)
- Heart Mountain Digital Preservation
- Hierarchical Markov Decision Process
- Homology Database
- Hotel Management Diploma Program (various universities)
- Hydroxymethylenediphosphonic Acid
- Hazardous Materials Data System
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78-50 [micro]g/ml) to MRC-5, a primary fibroblast cell line (ATCC CCL-171), human lymphocytes, human monocyte-derived macrophages and THP-1, a human myelomo-nocytic cell line displaying macrophage-like activity (ATCC TIB 2.
In addition, in vitro studies on human monocyte-derived macrophages and retinal pigment epithelial (RPE) cells showed that infection with C.
We examined the time course of the ability to induce lucigenin-dependent chemiluminescence (CL) from human monocyte-derived macrophages exposed to Japan Fibrous Material standard reference samples (glass wool, rock wool, micro glass fiber, two types of refractory ceramic fiber, refractory mullite fiber, potassium titanium whisker, silicon carbide whisker, titanium oxide whisker, and wollastonite).
Because our procedure is based on a PCR method, only minimal amounts of total RNA are required, enabling us to quantify apo[epsilon] mRNA in cultures of human monocyte-derived macrophages obtained from <50 mL of heparinized blood.