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Cell Culture Models of Biological Barriers : In vitro Test by C M Lehr

By C M Lehr

Delivering a realistic method of mobile culture-based recommendations for drug treatment, this e-book could be a useful resource of data for either scholars and pharmaceutical scientists alike.

content material: Preliminaries; Contents; checklist of colour plates; record of figures; record of tables; checklist of members; Preface; 1 simple features of telephone development and phone cycle in tradition; 2 mobilephone tradition media: choice and standardization; three Bioelectrical characterization of epithelial mobile (mono)layers and excised tissues; four Characterization of shipping over epithelial obstacles; five learning mobile binding and uptake of bioadhesive lectins; 6 High-throughput epithelial telephone tradition structures for drug intestinal permeability; 7 stable telephone tradition practice.
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