Transition of mesothelial cell
to fibroblast in peritoneal dialysis: EMT, stem cell or bystander?
The indication that asbestos and erionite exposure can prime and activate Nlrp3 in mesothelial cells
(Hillegass et al.
In fact, two of the cancer-related genes, survivin and mortalin, were found to be expressed by most of the dedifferentiated mesothelial cells
Asbestos is thought to induce mutations in mesothelial cells
by damaging the mitotic spindle (6,7).
In vitro studies with fibroblasts and with human peritoneal mesothelial cells
(HPMC) have shown that GDPs impair cellular growth, reduce cell viability, and significantly decrease cellular release of cytokines or chemokines into the incubation medium (Mortier, De Vriese, Schaub, Passlick-Deetjen, & Lameire, 2001; Struik & Douma, 1998; Topley, 1998; Wieslander, Nordin, Kjellstrand, & Boberg, 1991; Witowski et al.
Effects on A549 cell migratory in response to pleural mesothelial cells
The epithelial cells found in the inclusions may have a variety of origins, namely: paramesonephric duct cells, salivary gland cells, breast tissue cells, thyroid follicle cells, squamous epithelial cells and mesothelial cells
(Piana et al.
When correlation of mesothelial cells
and macrophages was assessed lower correlation was obtained (0.
1) Accurately diagnosing cells as being either malignant or benign reactive mesothelial cells
in serous effusions is a common diagnostic problem in conventional cytological smears (CS).
Hector Battifora mesothelial-1 is an unelucidated membrane antigen found in the microvilli of mesothelial cells
, normal tracheal epithelium, and adenocarcinoma of the lung, pancreas, and breast.
2]) induced anaphase aberrations and abnormal mitoses in human immortalized mesothelial cell
BENIGN VERSUS MALIGNANT MESOTHELIAL CELL