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Human liver cell lines proliferate freely and maintain their differentiated phenotype secreting high levels of liver specific proteins when grown in 3-dimensional culture for over 20 days

Selden, C; Leiper, K; Ryder, T; Roberts, EA; Kono, Y; Parker, K; Davis, P; (1996) Human liver cell lines proliferate freely and maintain their differentiated phenotype secreting high levels of liver specific proteins when grown in 3-dimensional culture for over 20 days. In: Hepatology. (pp. 134A - 134A).

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Type: Proceedings paper
Title: Human liver cell lines proliferate freely and maintain their differentiated phenotype secreting high levels of liver specific proteins when grown in 3-dimensional culture for over 20 days
URI: http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/id/eprint/1326092
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