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Category - Female Reproductive Cells

Lifeline Cell Technology Adds Fallopian Tube Epithelial Cells to Catalog

Female Reproductive Cells

Now Available from Lifeline®: Fallopian Tube Epithelial Cells! The human female reproductive system is responsible for the development of eggs (the female gametes) the production of hormones (progesterone and estrogen), and importantly, supports development and delivery of a…

Lifeline® Introduces New Cervical Epithelial Cells to Female Reproductive Catalog

Female Reproductive Cells

Cervical Cancer: Facts, Statistics, and Prevention The cervix is part of the female reproductive system and lies at the base of the uterus. The American Cancer Society estimates that in 2017, 12,820 women will be diagnosed with cervical…

Studies of the Complexities of the Human Female Reproductive System

Female Reproductive Cells

The Human Female Reproductive System and Associated Cancers The female reproductive system is complex. Female gametes, eggs or ova, develop and mature in the two ovaries. Once every month, an egg exits either ovary into the fallopian tube,…

Male and Female Reproductive Systems Latest Research Studies

Female Reproductive Cells, Male Reproductive Cells

The male gonads are the testes, which are housed in the scrotum. The testes produce sperm (male gametes) and testosterone (the main male hormone). Following production in the testes, sperm move through the epididymis and into the vas…

Human Female Reproductive Cells — Research Uses and Latest Study

Female Reproductive Cells

Lifeline® has just launched our normal human Endometrial (Uterine) Epithelial Cells (pictured, 7 days post thaw, 100x) and Vaginal Epithelial Cells, along with ReproLife™ female reproductive epithelial optimized media.   (Lifeline® female reproductive cells also include normal human Uterine…

Human Female Reproductive Cells

Female Reproductive Cells

Human Female Reproductive System The female reproductive system that supports the fertilization and growth of an embryo includes the vagina, ovaries, fallopian tubes and the uterus. These organs all have a role in bringing a successful pregnancy to…