Partial hepatectomy

Expression profiles uncover the relevance between colony stimulating factor-mediated signaling pathways in liver cells and partial hepatectomy-induced hepatic regeneration

X. G. Chen and Xu, C. S., Expression profiles uncover the relevance between colony stimulating factor-mediated signaling pathways in liver cells and partial hepatectomy-induced hepatic regeneration, vol. 13, pp. 6356-6366, 2014.

Colony stimulating factors (CSF) have been considered to modulate liver regeneration (LR) after partial hepatectomy (PH) at the tissue level. However, it remains unclear about precise mechanism of action of CSF in regeneration at the cellular level. Therefore, eight rat liver cell types were isolated by Percoll gradient centrifugation and magnetic beads. CSF-mediated signaling pathway genes were obtained by searching the related pathway databases and their expression profiles in 8 hepatic cell types were measured using rat Genome 230 2.0 Microarray.

Differential gene expression and functional analysis of pit cells from regenerating rat liver

C. S. Xu, Chen, X. G., Chang, C. F., Wang, G. P., Wang, W. B., Zhang, L. X., Zhu, Q. S., and Wang, L., Differential gene expression and functional analysis of pit cells from regenerating rat liver, vol. 10, pp. 678-692, 2011.

Hepatic pit cells are a population of large granular lymphocytes that substantially contribute to hepatic immunity. Studies have proven that pit cells have a role in liver regeneration, but the details of the relationship between pit cells and liver regeneration is not clear at present.

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