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any small compartment

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Interpretation and conclusion: MO showed maximum protective activity at a dose of 300 mg/kg body weight against above-mentioned experimental rat ulcer model by modulating 5-HT secretion through EC cell via 5-HT3 receptors in gastrointestinal tract which has given a glimpse of a therapeutic approach for gastric ulcer management, which may be beneficially used in contrast to the classical antacid, antihistamine or surgical treatment.
The cell is easily disassembled for cleaning and samples can be readily removed for cleaning or polishing without removing the EC Cell from the AFM.
1995) go further, ordering this difference hierarchically: "All pluripotent human EC cell lines derived to date are aneuploid, suggesting EC cells may not provide a completely accurate representation of normal differentiation" (p.
It might be that one constituent of oil makes a complex with PAI-1 in EC cell matrix and the complex released into the supernatant of the culture represents another PAI-1 compartment secreted in CM.
OCT4A is known to induce sternness properties in ES and EC cells and in contrast, OCT4B variants cannot sustain self-renewal and pluripotency of embryonic stem cells.
For example, secretin is secreted in response to duodenal acidification and 5-HT secreting EC cells have mechanoreceptor properties.
These type of experiments are needed in the development of a noninvasive technique to characterize the strain on EC cells and to confirm computational data.
Cultured EC cells were explored as models of embryonic development in mice in 1970s.