In Vitro Biological Systems: Methods in Toxicology, Vol. 1, Volume 1

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Charles A. Tyson, John M. Frazier
Elsevier, Apr 20, 2016 - Medical - 592 pages
Methods in Toxicology, Volume 1: In Vitro Biological Systems, Part A provides basic techniques employed by widely recognized scientists to prepare and maintain the biological components of in vitro model systems. The book discusses the in vitro models of neural and neuromuscular systems; ocular system; respiratory system; cardiovascular system; and gastrointestinal system. The text also describes liver slices; liver hepatocytes; other liver cell systems; proximal tubule fragments; kidney cell culture; reproductive and developmental systems; immune system; and skin. Pharmacologists, toxicologists, cell biologists, physiologists, immunotoxicologists, and molecular toxicologists will find the book invaluable.

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Contents

NEURAL AND NEUROMUSCULAR SYSTEMS
1
OCULAR SYSTEM
94
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
110
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
147
GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM
182
LIVER SLICES
222
LIVER HEPATOCYTES
231
LIVER OTHER CELL SYSTEMS
279
KIDNEY PROXIMAL TUBULE FRAGMENTS
330
KIDNEY CELL CULTURE
366
REPRODUCTIVE AND DEVELOPMENTAL SYSTEMS
420
IMMUNE SYSTEM
455
SKIN
504
Index
531
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