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Malignant effusions are a frequent problem for cancer patients. Due to the high resistance of tumor cells within these effusions, no effective treatment has been defined yet. Most patients exhibit additional phenomena related to hyper-coagulability such as elevated levels for d-dimers and prothrombin fragments f1.2; half of them suffer from manifest(More)
Determining the transepithelial electrical resistance (TEER) is a widely used method to functionally analyze tight junction dynamics in cell culture models of physiological barriers. Changes in temperature are known to have strong effects on TEER and can pose problems during the process of TEER measurements in cell culture vessels, complicating comparisons(More)
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