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Human Cells in in Vitro Pharmaco-Toxicology

Vera Rogiers

Human Cells in in Vitro Pharmaco-Toxicology

Present Status Within Europe

by Vera Rogiers

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Published by Vub Brussels University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cytology,
  • Medical research,
  • Pharmacology,
  • Toxicity testing,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Pharmacological Product Development,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Human cell culture,
  • Toxicology,
  • Congresses,
  • Effect of chemicals on,
  • Effect of drugs on,
  • Medical,
  • In vitro

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAntoine Vercruysse (Contributor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages328
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9106047M
    ISBN 109054870419
    ISBN 109789054870418

      Vitro Biopharma is dedicated to providing high quality commercialized cell lines, media, stem cell products and stem cell technology for applications in stem cell research, drug discovery and stem cell therapies. We provide tools for clinical development focused on Mesenchymal Stem Cells (MSCs). Modern stem cell technology is rapidly evolving and holds promise to revolutionize medicine .   The First Human Cloned Embryo. Cloned early-stage human embryos¿and human embryos generated only from eggs, in a process called parthenogenesis¿now put .

      20 years after the growth of human embryonic stem cells at UW, science faces new frontiers. Twenty years ago a little-known UW scientist, James Thomson, published proof . I looked up “cell culture” in the index, and there she was, a small parenthetical: In culture, cancer cells can go on dividing indefinitely, if they have a continual supply of nutrients, and thus are said to be “immortal.” A striking example is a cell line that has been reproducing in culture since

      R.A.W. developed the human blood vessel organoids and performed, with A.L., most of the experiments using organoids, including the diabetes in vitro studies and transplantation experiments in . In Vitro Toxicology details the protocols and methods of in vitro testing, highlighting the usefulness of models, methods and the cost-effectiveness and reproducibility of such current approaches and strategies required to develop an easy, reliable, validated and high throughput system for use in alternative animal models to circumvent in vivo testing are discussed in detail.


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Geïllustreerd / Illustrated / Illustré / Illustriert / / Medicine / Engels / English / Anglais / Englisch / hard cover / 16 x 25 cm / pp /Author: Rogiers Vera - Sonck Walter - Shephard Elizabeth - Vercruysse Antoine.

Introduction. At present, primary human hepatocytes represent an important tool for research purposes, in particular in the field of in vitro pharmaco-toxicology ().However, their use is largely impeded by inadequate supply, high cost, high variability and limited in vitro proliferation capacity.

Alternative cell sources include hepatic cell lines and stem-cell derived hepatocytes (2, 3, 4).Cited by: At the same time the reconstruction of skin as a tissue-like structure has allowed an improved differentiation of the epidermis and the development of dermatological applications.

From a practical point of view, the three-dimensional culture of skin or epidermis is a decisive step in the development of in vitro cutaneous pharmaco-toxicology Cited by: This is the first book dedicated exclusively to the subject: human tumor cells in vitro.

Although so me of the fundamental aspects in the cultivation of human tumor ceIls, and the extent to which they represent human cancer in vivo are still unclear, I asked a number of the leading investigators in this area of research to collect and evaluate.

Toxicology in Vitro publishes original research papers, reviews and workshop reports focusing on the application and use of in vitro and in silico systems for toxicological evaluations (collectively described as New Approach Methodologies (NAM)). This includes the utilisation or the development of NAMs for assessing the potential adverse effects of chemicals for human safety assessment.

This book explores the vital importance of T-cell differentiation in areas as wide-ranging as pathological analysis, drug development, and cell therapy of human T-cells. Focusing on human embryonic stem cells and human induced pluripotent stem cells, the chapters explore a variety of in vitro T-cell differentiation protocols as well as useful.

Skin-derived precursor cells (SKPs) are neural crest stem cells that persist in certain adult tissues, particularly in the skin. They can generate a large type of cell in vitro, including neurons.

SKPs were induced to differentiate into sensory neurons (SNs) by molecules that were previously shown to be important for the generation of SNs: purmorphamine, CHIR, BMP4, GDNF, BDNF, and NGF. Pluripotent stem cells are classified into naïve and primed based on their growth characteristics in vitro and their potential to give rise to all somatic lineages and the germ line in chimeras.

In this chapter, I describe the similarities and differences between the naïve and primed pluripotent states as exemplified by mouse embryonic stem cells (mESCs), mouse epiblast stem cells. Technology currently in development could enable any human being, independent of their sex, “to manufacture an egg or sperm cell from a tiny.

Henrietta Lacks' cells were essential in developing the polio vaccine and were used in scientific landmarks such as cloning, gene mapping and in vitro. Explore the latest full-text research PDFs, articles, conference papers, preprints and more on IN VITRO TOXICOLOGY.

Find methods information, sources, references or conduct a literature review on. These neurogenic zones are home to human neural stem cells (hNSCs), which are capable of self-renewing and differentiating into neurons, astrocytes and oligodendrocytes.

NSCs isolated from human CNS have a number of clinical advantages, especially the innate potential to differentiate into functional neural cells. This comprehensive resource provides stepwise protocols for the in vitro cultivation of the major types of human tumors.

Written in a reader-friendly style, this book is organized by specific tumor, discussing cultures for lung, gastric, colorectal, pancreas, bladder, prostate, ovary, cervix, mammary carcinoma, myoepithelium, squamous, melanoma, lymphoma, glioma, and neuroendocrine tumors.

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Human pluripotent stem cells (hPSCs), whether derived from the inner cell mass of an embryo at the blastocyst stage (human embryonic stem cells, hESCs) [], or generated via reprogramming of differentiated somatic cells (human induced PSC, hiPSCs) [], can self-renew indefinitely in culture while maintaining the ability to generate all the cell types in an organism.

Human tumor cells in vitro. New York: Plenum Press, [] (OCoLC) Online version: Fogh, Jørgen. Human tumor cells in vitro. New York: Plenum Press, [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jørgen Fogh.

But HeLa cells were the first -- the first line of human cells to survive in vitro (in a test tube). Named after a cancer patient, the cells were taken from Lacks' tissue samples and grown by a researcher named Dr.

George Gey in Dr. Gey quickly realized that some of Lacks' cells were different from normal cells. Harvard’s Wyss Institute has created “organs-on-chips” that contain human cells grown in a state-of-the-art system to mimic the structure and function of human organs and organ systems. The chips can be used instead of animals in disease research, drug testing, and toxicity testing and have been shown to replicate human physiology, diseases, and drug responses more accurately than crude.

The study of cultured human tumor cells is a most obvious approach in experimental human cancer research. For many techniques in virology, immunology, biochemistry, and biophysics, for example, large amounts of cells may be required and such quantities are usually provided only when the cultures develop into established cell lines; when this happens, thorough characterization also becomes.

Scientists had been trying to keep human cells alive in culture for decades, but they all eventually died. Henrietta’s were different: they reproduced an entire generation every twenty-four. Cell Culture Methods for in vitro Toxicology introduces the reader to a range of techniques involved in the use of in vitro cell culture in toxicological studies.

It deals with major cell types studied in the field of toxicology and will be useful for anyone wishing to start work with animal cell cultures or to refresh their knowledge relating to in vitro cell models.Cell types derived from human ES cells in vitro Nerve, astrocyte, oligodendrocyte Hematopoietic stem cells Insulin producing cells Cardiomyocytes Hepatocytes Endothelial cells Martin F.

Pera. Hematopoietic stem cells from human ES cells (Kaufman et al.) Culture of ES cells on marrow stromal support lines leads to formation of CDRecently, many studies have described the possibility of producing in vitro sensory neurons (SNs) from stem cells.

Different teams have described similar protocols to differentiate human embryonic stem cells (hESCs), human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs), or a cell line of human neural progenitor cells into SNs through three major steps: (i) differentiation into neural crest cells by.