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Category - Bladder Epithelial Cells

Renal and Bladder Cancer Research Utilizing Lifeline Products as Normal Controls

Bladder Epithelial Cells, Renal Epithelial Cells

Lifeline® Renal and Bladder Cells as Normal Tissue Controls Cancer treatments are designed to selectively target cancer cells, while sparing the normal cells of the body. To design drugs with these properties, researchers must understand what makes cancer…

Bladder Epithelial Cells: The Role of SETD6 on Bladder Cancer Growth and Survival

Bladder Epithelial Cells, Renal Epithelial Cells

The Excretory System: Waste Removal Experts Waste is removed from the body through an elegant filtration system that begins in the kidneys. The renal artery delivers blood to the kidneys, and in a series of filtration steps through…

Bladder Anatomy and the Latest Bladder Cancer Research Studies

Bladder Epithelial Cells

Following its exit from the kidneys though the ureters, urine enters the bladder, a muscular organ that collects and expels urine through the urethra. The bladder epithelium, or urothelium, is a transitional epithelium that is highly elastic to…

Targeting Epithelial Cells in Bladder Cancer

Bladder Epithelial Cells

(This is a summary of the state of bladder cancer in the US, along with summaries of two recent bladder cancer research studies using Lifeline® Normal Human Bladder Epithelial Cells.) Bladder cancer is the 9th leading cause of…