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Leberregeneration

  • H. Dancygier
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Zusammenfassung

Der Ersatz von funktionsuntüchtigem oder zerstörtem Lebergewebe durch funktionsfähiges Parenchym wird Seit nahezu 100 Jahren mit zunehmend aufwendigen und verfeinerten Techniken erforscht. Morphologische Methoden der Anfangszeit wurden in den nachfolgenden Jahrzehnten durch biochemische Verfahren ergänzt. Heute stehen genetische und molekularbiologische Untersuchungen an isolierten und kultivierten menschlichen Hepatozyten im Vordergrund.

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