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stellate cell n.

hepatic stellate cells

stellate cell n.

HISTONE H3 MODIFICATIONS IN RAT HEPATIC STELLATE CELLS BY ETHANOL

Isolation and culture of hepatic stellate cells from mouse liver

P-0038PANCREATIC STELLATE CELLS AGGRAVATE PAIN IN PANCREATIC CANCER THROUGH HEDGEHOG SIGNALING PATHWAY

P-0052PARACRINAL HEDGEHOG SIGNALING ACTIVATES PANCREATIC STELLATE CELL BY REGULATING METABOLISM IN PANCREATIC CANCER

Islet-derived stellate-like cells as a novel source for islet neogenesis in chicks

Purification and Characterization of a Novel Inhibitor of the Proliferation of Hepatic Stellate Cells

PNPLA3 has retinyl-palmitate lipase activity in human hepatic stellate cells

P-0032APOPTOSIS AND ANERGY OF T CELL INDUCED BY PANCREATIC STELLATE CELLS DERIVED GALECTIN-1 IN PANCREATIC CANCER

The role of the hepatocyte growth factor/c-MET pathway in pancreatic stellate cell–endothelial cell interactions: antiangiogenic implications in pancreatic cancer

The importance of thrombus organization and stellate cell phenotype in collagen I gene expression in human, coronary atherosclerotic and restenotic lesions

EFFECTS OF ACETALDEHYDE AND TNFα ON THE INHIBITORY KAPPA B- α PROTEIN AND NUCLEAR FACTOR KAPPA B ACTIVATION IN HEPATIC STELLATE CELLS

Depletion of activated hepatic stellate cell correlates with severe liver damage and abnormal liver regeneration in acetaminophen-induced liver injury

Association of Interleukin-15–Induced Peripheral Immune Activation with Hepatic Stellate Cell Activation in Persons Coinfected with Hepatitis C Virus and HIV

Can ESR be used to assess the levels of oxidative stress in fat-loaded human hepatocytes and hepatic stellate cells?

N-Acetylglucosaminyltransferase V regulates TGF-β response in hepatic stellate cells and the progression of steatohepatitis

The Role of Lipin-1 in the Regulation of Fibrogenesis and TGF-β Signaling in Hepatic Stellate Cells

 

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Any of a class of small interneurons in the cerebellum, with multiple processes that synapse on the dendrites of Purkinje cells, the action of which they inhibit, also found in the cerebral cortex, where spiny stellates are excitatory and non-spiny stellates are inhibitory. They are especially abundant in the somatosensory cortex, the primary visual cortex (Area V1), and the primary auditory cortex. Compare basket cell, Golgi cell, pyramidal cell. [From Latin stellatus starry, from stella a star]

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