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Atropine Treatment on Corneal Epithelial Cells to Study Myopia

Anatomy and Function of the Eye The eyes are complex organs that use light to send messages to the brain to form images of the world around us. The cornea is the front of the eye through which light first passes. With the assistance of the lens, the cornea focuses light on the retina, the…

Research Highlights Featuring Lifeline’s Cell and Media

Semi-Annual Review of Lifeline Cell Systems in 2020 For those of you who follow the blog regularly, you know what time it is! Twice per year, we review some of the ways our cell systems can be used in different types of research. In addition to the three research topics below, we did some special…

Periodontitis and Angiogenesis Research with Endothelial Cells and Media

Endothelial Cells and Angiogenesis Endothelial cells line the blood vessels of the circulatory and lymphatic systems and play a major role in regulating vascular and lymphatic homeostasis. Vascular endothelial cells respond to inflammation by recruiting immune cells and assist in the formation of new blood vessels from existing blood vessels in a process called angiogenesis.…

Why Use HUVEC Cells?

Why Use HUVECs in my Research? HUVECs, or human umbilical cord endothelial cells, are one of the most commonly used model systems to study vascular biology in vitro. As of the writing of this blog post, there were over 17,000 search results in PubMed for “HUVEC”. But what are HUVECs and why are they such a…

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Thawing and Seeding Lifeline Primary Cells

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