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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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Based on these previous studies, we explored the relationship between propofol and Sox4 in EC cells. We found that propofol remarkably down-regulated Sox4 expression in a dose-dependent manner.
Establishment of CD47Knockdown EC Cells. We designed a shRNA to target the human CD47 gene (NM_198793.2).
Caption: Figure 2: miR-195 directly targets the 3'-UTR of HMGA2 to regulate HMGA2 expression in EC cell lines.
Dynamics of RA-Induced Differentiation of ES and EC Cells. To clarify the mechanisms that regulate the balance of proliferation and differentiation processes in normal pluripotent and malignant teratocarcinoma cells, the proliferative activity and dynamics of in vitro differentiation of ES R1 and EC F9 cells were analyzed after RA stimulation (Figure 1(a)).
As expected, EC cell hyperplasia and high-concentration of 5-HT were induced by TNBS which is consistent with the characteristic of UC.
EC cell density of stomach tissue also decreased after aspirin treatment (p < 0.001, Table 2).
The cell is easily disassembled for cleaning and samples can be readily removed for cleaning or polishing without removing the EC Cell from the AFM.
For more than 20 years, only EC cells from mice were available.
(32) reported that there are approximately 2-600 HPV copies in the CaSki, SiHa, and HeLacell lines because of the low HPV load in some EC cells. Theelen et al.
OCT4 is a crucial and dependent determinant of pluripotency in ES and EC cells (10).
The intensive metabolism of glutamine suggested that EC cells require large amounts of glutamic acid from the systemic environment, resulting in decreased serum glutamic acid levels.
Cultured EC cells were explored as models of embryonic development in mice in 1970s.