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Evaluating Isocyanate Toxicity using Skin Cells

Isocyanates are a family of highly reactive, low molecular weight chemicals widely used to produce polyurethane products such as adhesives, spray paints, insulation, resins, sealants, foams, and surface coatings. Currently, in the US, an estimated 440,000 workers are exposed to isocyanates via airborne aerosols, particles, or direct contact with the skin. Occupational isocyanate exposure can…

New Mechanistic Insights to Hereditary Vascular Disease

The aorta is the largest artery in the human body responsible for delivering blood from the heart to the rest of the body. Aortic diseases are characterized by defects in the aorta and often, patients have no symptoms prior to their incidental diagnosis resulting from laboratory tests performed for other medical reasons. Thoracic aortic disease…

Human Aortic Cells in Research for National Heart Month

Evaluation of Biocompatible Materials for Cardiovascular Microsensors February is National Heart Month, a time to bring awareness to cardiovascular health and heart disease–the leading cause of death in men and women in North America. It is estimated that 1 in 4 adults succumb to heart disease every year. One of the main risk factors for…

January – National Blood Donor Month

Welcome back to the Lifeline Blog–it’s the start of a brand-new year! To kick off another exciting year of posts highlighting life sciences research, we wanted to shine a spotlight on January as National Blood Donor Month. The American Red Cross and Blood Banks of America encourage everyone who is eligible to consider blood donation…

Thawing and Seeding Lifeline Primary Cells

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