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liver transplant eals

M Wick, H G Koebe, F W Schildberg
Hepatocytes in long-term cultures represent a promising approach to preserve liver function under standard culture conditions. Hepatocyte cultures as the key components in an extracorporeal artificial liver (EAL) in the treatment of hepatic insufficiency, would be a great advantage. However, one of the numerous unsolved problems is the limitation of the surface area of a future EAL. To decrease the dimensions of same, we modified the cell immobilization technique by placing a second layer of immobilized human hepatocytes onto a layer of pre-immobilized hepatocytes creating a "sandwich immobilization" (SI) system...
July 1996: International Journal of Artificial Organs
L Eales, Y Grosser, M Levey
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September 12, 1970: South African Medical Journal, Suid-Afrikaanse Tydskrif Vir Geneeskunde
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