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Epithelial Cells

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Creative Bioarray
Biotechnology company
Shirley, NY, USA

Table of content

1.Definition of Epithelial cells
2.Epithelial cells summary
3. Application for Epithelial cells

Definition
Epithelial cells are arranged in tightly packed layers that line the surfaces and cavities of
tissues and organs throughout the body. Of the four major tissue types found in the human and
animal body, epithelial cells are by far the most prolific. Epithelial cells also comprise key
structures of exocrine and endocrine glands. The basic function of epithelial cells is to provide a
protective layer for the organ they enclose, but they functions are diverse and include secretion,
selective absorption, filtration, protection and detection of sensation.

Summary
Get Epithelial Cells And Media Cells And Media from Creative Bioarray. All cell products are
isolated from human normal, diseased donors and animals with high purity, low passage,
rigorous characterization and performance tested.

Application
Epithelial cells from Creative Bioarray have been isolated from human normal, diseased
donors of various tissues and animals such as mouse, rat, monkey and bovine with high purity,
low passage, rigorously characterized, and performance tested. Those cells have numerous
applications as below:






Air-Liquid Interface
Respiratory Research
Reproductive Research
Dermal research
Cancer Research


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