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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Howard et al., "Asbestos causes translocation of p65 protein and increases NF-kappa B DNA binding activity in rat lung epithelial and pleural mesothelial cells," The American Journal of Pathology, vol.
Transition of mesothelial cell to fibroblast in peritoneal dialysis: EMT, stem cell or bystander?
(1996) Transforming growth factor-beta synthesis by human peritoneal mesothelial cells. Induction by interleukin-1.
Mesothelial cell and antinuclear autoantibodies associated with pleural abnormalities in an asbestos exposed population of Libby MT.
Williams, "Effect of lactate-buffered peritoneal dialysis fluids on human peritoneal mesothelial cell interleukin-6 and prostaglandin synthesis," Kidney International, vol.
Pfau, "Mesothelial cell and anti-nuclear autoantibodies associated with pleural abnormalities in an asbestos exposed population of Libby MT," Toxicology Letters, vol.
These morphogenetic movements are accompanied by direct transformation of the mesothelial cells into typical enterocytes.
The finding of atypical mesothelial cells is a common encounter in fluid cytology.
They also treat reactive conditions whose mesothelial cell features may mimic carcinoma (e.g., lupus, rheumatoid arthritis).
There are plentiful data, mostly generated from in-vitro experiments, that support the deleterious effects of nonphysiologic pH, GDPs, lactate, and high osmolality on peritoneal cell function, survival and host defenses, mesothelial cell viability, mad inflow pain during PDF infusion (Witowski, et al., 2001; Jorres, Gahl, & Frei, 1994; Topley, 1998; Struik & Douma, 1998; Wieslander et al., 1991; Duwe, Vas, & Weatherhead, 1981; Liberek, Topley, & Jorres, 1993; Douvdevani et al., 1995; Arbeiter et al., 2001).
The coated side of Sepramesh remains in place for up to seven days, separating the mesh from abdominal viscera while an adhesion-resistant mesothelial cell layer develops over the peritoneal side of the prosthesis.