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HepG2 cells in 3-dimensional culture exhibit elevated expression of genes associated with lipid metabolism - Further evidence that cells cultured in alginate can provide the cellular component of a bioartificial liver.

Damelin, L; Choudhury, S; Coward, S; Hubank, M; Hodgson, H; Selden, C; (2003) HepG2 cells in 3-dimensional culture exhibit elevated expression of genes associated with lipid metabolism - Further evidence that cells cultured in alginate can provide the cellular component of a bioartificial liver. In: HEPATOLOGY. (pp. 678A - 678A). W B SAUNDERS CO

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Type:Proceedings paper
Title:HepG2 cells in 3-dimensional culture exhibit elevated expression of genes associated with lipid metabolism - Further evidence that cells cultured in alginate can provide the cellular component of a bioartificial liver.
Event:54th Annual Meeting of the American-Association-for-the-Study-of-Liver-Diseases
Location:BOSTON, MA
Dates:2003-10-24 - 2003-10-28

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