hepatocyte


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hep·a·to·cyte

 (hĕp′ə-tə-sīt′, hĭ-păt′ə-)
n.
A parenchymal cell of the liver.
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hepatocyte

(hɪˈpætəˌsaɪt)
n
(Biology) biology a liver cell
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hep•a•to•cyte

(ˈhɛp ə təˌsaɪt, hɪˈpæt ə-)

n.
a cell of the main tissue of the liver; liver cell.
[1960–65]
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Translations
hepatocytjaterní buňka
hépatocyte

hep·a·to·cyte

n. hepatocito, célula del hígado.
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Consequently, hepatocyte apoptosis/necrosis occurred resulting from excessive host immune response.
In micrometric studies number of intact hepatocytes, diameter of hepatocyte and diameter of nucleus were analyzed.
Immunohistochemistry showed that, in males, 4-HNE was strongly expressed in the cytoplasm of almost every hepatocyte of hepatic lobules of the cyclohexanone-exposed group, while it was expressed mainly in the cytoplasm of hepatocytes around the central vein of hepatic lobules in the control group.
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Its HepatoPac products feature primary hepatocytes and fibroblasts that have been micropatterned to create hepatocyte 'islands' surrounded by supportive stromal cells.
Therefore, when conducting pharmacokinetic studies, it was assumed that hepatocyte concentrations approximate plasma concentrations, with the drug equilibration across the sinusoidal membrane being obtained by passive diffusion.
The aim of hepatocyte transplantation in patients presenting metabolic disorders is to restore hepatic functions without replacing the entire organ.
End-stage liver diseases are associated with hepatocyte apoptosis [3].
IL-6 targets hepatocytes, triggering activation of the STAT3 pathway, and ultimately promotes hepatocyte survival and proliferation [27-29].
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