Hepatogenic


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Hep`a`to`gen´ic


a.1.(Med.) Arising from the liver; due to a condition of the liver; as, hepatogenic jaundice.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The term hepatogenic diabetes has been rightly described for these patients having diabetes secondary to liver disease.
Xie et al., "Characterization and hepatogenic differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells from human amniotic fluid and human bone marrow: a comparative study," Cell Biology International, vol.
Kim, "Comparison of in vitro hepatogenic differentiation potential between various placenta-derived stem cells and other adult stem cells as an alternative source of functional hepatocytes," Differentiation, vol.
Earlier researches have established a connection between the severity of liver disease and PU incidence, and it was considered that the liver disease was the "primum movens" for PU, which was called "hepatogenic ulcer".
It could be concluded that this patient had diffuse intravascular coagulation with severe hypofibrinogenemia of very short duration, due to a hepatogenic metastasised renal cell carcinoma.
Apparently, liver regeneration after partial hepatectomy is a result of hepatocyte proliferation and hypertrophy but does not involve proliferation and hepatogenic differentiation of LSPCs [21, 23].
Differentiated human adipose-derived stem cells exhibit hepatogenic capability in vitro and in vivo.
Nonetheless, expression of the hepatic nuclear factor-4 (HNF 4) as an endodermal marker and a key regulator of hepatogenic fate is controversial.
Methods: Human WJ-MSCs were extracted, cultured and expanded; after approximately 95% of confluence, the cells were treated with hepatogenic media containing RA.
Only those patients who did not have any previous history of pregnancy, and did not experience cardiac, renal, pulmonary, hepatogenic, or metabolic diseases and thus, GA or SA was not medically contraindicated for them, were included in the study.