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Testing Fully-Automated Cell Tracking Algorithm Using Slow-Moving Keratinocytes

Keratinocytes to Study Cell Migration Keratinocytes are the most abundant cell type found in the epidermis, the outermost layer of the skin. Their primary function is to form a protective barrier against environmental damage as well as playing a key role in wound healing where they, along with endothelial and stem cells can migrate to…

Identifying New Therapeutic Targets for Endometrial Cancer Treatment

The Female Reproductive System and Cancer The female reproductive system is composed of the reproductive tract, which includes the ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus, vagina, vulva, and the mammary glands, which are important secondary reproductive organs. The functional maintenance of the female reproductive system organs is controlled by the interplay of pituitary and ovarian hormones like…

NEW Blood Products Expand Lifeline’s Product Portfolio

The Role Blood Cells Play in the Body’s Subsystems The immune system is comprised of the innate and adaptive immunity, which are responsible for protecting the body from foreign pathogens like viruses and bacteria. Leukocytes or white blood cells are the main effectors of the immune system with key cell types playing specific roles in…

HUVECs as In Vitro Models of Endothelial Barrier Function

Human umbilical vein endothelial cells (HUVECs) are a widely used source of primary endothelial cells. First isolated in the 1970s, HUVECs are a popular tool for researchers due to their availability and ease of culture for in vitro studies of the vasculature and angiogenesis. The endothelium is the thin layer of endothelial cells that lines…

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Thawing and Seeding Lifeline Primary Cells

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