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Category - Renal Epithelial Cells

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…

Latest Research on The Excretory System: Cleaning up the Waste

Renal Epithelial Cells

The excretory system starts at the kidneys, a pair of organs that detoxify and remove waste from the blood. This waste, in the form of urine, is transported through the ureters to the bladder, where urine is stored…

Kidneys: The Body’s Filter – and How Renal Cells are Being Used in Cancer Research

Renal Epithelial Cells

The kidneys are part of the renal system, which is responsible for removing waste from the body. The kidneys have a primary role in filtering wastes from the blood, while retaining important electrolytes. The renal artery delivers blood…

The Kidneys, the Renal System, and the Latest Research

Renal Epithelial Cells

The kidneys are an important component of the renal system. Blood is carried to the kidneys where waste products are filtered in structures called nephrons. Each nephron is composed of a cluster of capillaries (called a glomerulus) and…

Normal Human Renal Epithelial Cells from Lifeline® Star in Cutting-Edge Research

Renal Epithelial Cells

Our primary cells are held to the highest standards so that they can be used for the most cutting-edge research.    Here we highlight two recent, exciting avenues of research involving Lifeline Cell Technology® renal proximal tubule cells…