In this first paper we sought to determine if amniotic epithelial cells
have the potential to differentiate into many different cell types rather than focusing on ways for optimizing this potential for a specific cell type.
22] However, productive EBV replication may also occur in normal tongue epithelial cells
, without generating the characteristic histopathology of hairy leukoplakia.
Using a rat HS model, the present study demonstrated that HS induced DC-SIGN expression in rat renal tubular epithelial cells
and VitC suppressed this phenomenon.
Therefore, ALI epithelial culture of A549 cells might be a potentially useful and feasible in vitro model for investigating the physiological and pathological roles of alveolar epithelial cells
in human lungs.
TFF1 is expressed in surface epithelial cells
of the stomach.
12,13,14,15) The sharp posterior edge creates a barrier that prevents the advancement of lens epithelial cells
along the posterior capsule.
A study on the differential diagnosis of ciliated epithelial cells
from Lophomonas blattarum in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid (in Chinese).
All epithelial cells
along our airways - from our noses to the tiny bronchioles deep in our lungs - need to function properly to trap and dispatch particles and pathogens so we don't get sick.
The epithelial cells
were infected with the bacterial strains at a multiplicity of infection (MOI) of 1:1 for the adhesion and invasion assays.
In these studies epithelial cells
of these organs were characterized by highly folded apical and basolateral plasma membranes associated with many mitochondria.
Additionally, human epithelial cells
infected with influenza A virus significantly increased expression of IL-6 and IL-8 and were associated with a significant amount of ROS generation due to the virus.
Prior to this work, it had not been clear if the human immune system could mount an effective response against mutant proteins produced by epithelial cell
cancers and whether such a response could be used to develop personalized immunotherapies.