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MDCK cells

MDCK cell

Effect of Clostridium perfringens epsilon toxin on MDCK cells

PAPST1 regulates sulfation of heparan sulfate proteoglycans in epithelial MDCK II cells

Penetration of Clinical Isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa through MDCK Epithelial Cell Monolayers

Immunogenicity and Reactogenicity of Influenza Subunit Vaccines Produced in MDCK Cells or Fertilized Chicken Eggs

Characterization of the functional domains of galactosylceramide expression factor 1 in MDCK cells

Apoptosis and necrosis during ischaemia in renal tubular cells (LLC-PK1 and MDCK).

Comparative cytotoxicity of ionic and non-ionic radiocontrast agents on MDCK cell monolayers in vitro.

Effect of the Hemolytic Lectin CEL-III from Holothuroidea Cucumaria echinata on the ANS Fluorescence Responses in Sensitive MDCK and Resistant CHO Cells

Occurrence of Secretory Glycoprotein-Specific GalNAcβ1↑4GlcNAc Sequence in N-Glycans in MDCK Cells

Distinct subcellular expression of endogenous polycystin-2 in the plasma membrane and Golgi apparatus of MDCK cells

Polycystin-1, the product of the polycystic kidney disease 1 gene, co-localizes with desmosomes in MDCK cells

Galectin-3 and polarized growth within collagen gels of wild-type and ricin-resistant MDCK renal epithelial cells

Vesicular-integral membrane protein, VIP36, recognizes high-mannose type glycans containing α1→2 mannosyl residues in MDCK cells

Overexpression of the 3′-Phosphoadenosine 5′-Phosphosulfate (PAPS) Transporter 1 Increases Sulfation of Chondroitin Sulfate in the Apical Pathway of MDCK II Cells

N-Glycan synthesis in the apical and basolateral secretory pathway of epithelial MDCK cells and the influence of a glycosaminoglycan domain

Specific Efflux of Glutathione from the Basolateral Membrance Domain in Polarized MDCK Cells during Ricin-Induced Apoptosis

 

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A line of canine cells (MDCK cells) often used as a general model for epithelial cells because they grow readily in culture and form confluent monolayers with relatively low trans-monolayer permeability, although clones vary.

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