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Trends in the development of human stem cell-based non-animal drug testing models

Lee SJ, Lee HA

In vivo animal models are limited in their ability to mimic the extremely complex systems of the human body, and there is increasing disquiet about the ethics of animal research....
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Alteration of Genomic Imprinting Status of Human Parthenogenetic Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells during Neural Lineage Differentiation

Lee HJ, Choi NY, Lee SW, Lee Y, Ko K, Kim GJ, Hwang HS, Ko K

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Genomic imprinting modulates growth and development in mammals and is associated with genetic disorders. Although uniparental embryonic stem cells have been used to study genomic imprinting, there...
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Keratinocyte Migration in a Three-Dimensional In Vitro Wound Healing Model Co-Cultured with Fibroblasts

Iyer K, Chen Z, Ganapa T, Wu BM, Tawil B, Linsley CS

BACKGROUND: Because three-dimensional (3D) models more closely mimic native tissues, one of the goals of 3D in vitro tissue models is to aid in the development and toxicity screening of...
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In Vitro Compressive Neural Injuries Produced by Centrifugal Acceleration

Kim JH, Moon HJ, Kim JH, Kwon TH, Chung HS, Park YK

OBJECTIVE: We describe a technique to induce in vitro traumatic brain injury in an organotypic slice culture (OTC). METHODS: Centrifugal forces were applied to rat hippocampal slices at strengths ranging from...
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Study on HBV Gene Replication and Expression of Experimental Hepatitis B Model Using Baculovirus Gene Delivery System

Lee WJ, Yang YI, Jang WH, Lee SJ, Kim WW, Choi CS, Choi YK

  • KMID: 2145070
  • J Korean Surg Soc.
  • 2007 Feb;72(2):117-127.
PURPOSE: The lack of reliable in vitro infection systems or convenient animal models has hindered the progress of hepatitis B virus (HBV) research and the development of new treatment options....
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An in vifro System for Infection with Human Hepatitis B Virus Using Tissue Culture System

Park SS

  • KMID: 1529465
  • Korean J Anat.
  • 1997 Jun;30(3):321-329.
Hepatits B virus[HBV] is a world wide-pathogen that causes hepatitis. Infection with HBV may be chronic and is associated with subsequent development of hepatocellular carcinoma. In korea the prevalence rate...
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Permeability Changes of Capillary Endothelial Monolayer according to the Malignancy of Co-cultured Cell Lines

Yoon SH, Cho KH, Kim SH, Ahn YH, Ahn YM, Cho KG, Choi JU

  • KMID: 2188135
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1997 Nov;26(11):1493-1501.
Even though many hypotheses have been derived from the anatomical and functional analysis of in vivo models of brain tumors, it is still impossible to explain the mechanism of peritumoral...
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A Study on the Formation of Organotypic Spheroids from Early Human Fetal Brain

Jung HW, Han JW, Kim JS, Chung CK, Jeon SR, Choi KS

  • KMID: 1671262
  • J Korean Neurosurg Soc.
  • 1996 Dec;25(12):2388-2397.
The present study investigated whether organotypic spheroids derived from human fetal brain tissue, cultured at agarose-overlay media, may serve as an optimal invitro model for multidisciplinary studies in human neurobiology,...
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Factors Affecting on the Invasiveness of the Prostate Cancer Cell on In Vitro Model of Basement Membrane

Hyun JS, Lee H, Bahk JY

  • KMID: 1914080
  • Korean J Urol.
  • 1996 Oct;37(10):1057-1066.
This study was aimed to examine whether biological characteristics of the cancer cell lines have any correlation with distinctive movement of the reconstituted basement membrane in modified Boyden chamber. The...
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