Flow stimulates drug transport in a human kidney proximal tubule-on-a-chip independent of primary cilia release_hv23h4q45bhtfkeeronr5uumfu

by Jelle Vriend, Janny G.P. Peters, Tom T.G. Nieskens, Renata Škovroňová, Nina Blaimschein, Miriam Schmidts, Ronald Roepman, Tom J.J. Schirris, Frans G.M. Russel, Rosalinde Masereeuw, Martijn J. Wilmer

Abstract

FSS-induced improvements in biological characteristics and activity in PTECs was not mediated through a primary cilium-related mechanism.
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ISSN-L 0304-4165
Volume 1864
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Release Date 2019-09-11
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