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After partial hepatectomy (PH), the recovery of liver mass is mainly mediated by proliferation and enlargement of hepatocytes. Therefore, measuring the transcriptional profiling of hepatocytes after PH will be helpful in exploring the mechanism of liver regeneration (LR). Firstly, hepatocytes were isolated from rat regenerating liver at different time(More)
KCs (Kupffer cells), as an important hepatic immunoregulatory cells, play a key role in LR (liver regeneration). Uncovering the transcriptional profiling of KCs after PH (partial hepatectomy) would likely clarify its implication in LR. Here, we isolated KCs by methods of Percoll density gradient centrifugation and immunomagnetic beads. Transcriptional(More)
Solar cells based on organometal halide perovskites have seen rapidly increasing efficiencies, now exceeding 15%. Despite this progress, there is still limited knowledge on the fundamental photophysics. Here we use microwave photoconductance and photoluminescence measurements to investigate the temperature dependence of the carrier generation, mobility, and(More)
This study performed a large-scale, high-throughput analysis of transcriptional profiling of liver stellate cells (LSCs) at the cellular level to investigate changes in the biological activity of LSCs during rat liver regeneration (LR) and the relation of these changes to LR. First, a rat liver regeneration model was established by partial hepatectomy (PH).(More)
It has been widely accepted that hepatocytes are critical for liver regeneration (LR), but very little is known about the role of biliary epithelial cells (BECs) in this event, so this study aims to manifest the relevance of BECs with LR. High purity population of BECs was obtained using Percoll gradient centrifugation combined with immunomagnetic-bead(More)
Characteristics of nanoscale materials are often different from the corresponding bulk properties providing new, sometimes unexpected, opportunities for applications. Here we investigate the properties of 8 nm colloidal nanoparticles of MAPbBr3 perovskites and contrast them to the ones of large microcrystallites representing a bulk. X-ray spectroscopies(More)
Dendritic cells (DCs) play a pivotal role in orchestrating immune response occurring in liver regeneration (LR). However, there are few details about relationship between DCs and LR at the molecular level. In this study, we firstly obtained high-purity DCs by the combination of Percoll density gradient centrifugation and immunomagentic bead sorting, then(More)
To examine the changes of biological activities in hepatic oval cells (HOCs) elicited by 70% partial hepatectomy (PH) and understand the relationship between this cell and liver regeneration (LR), this study isolated and obtained the high purity HOCs (≥ 95%) from rat regenerating livers, and then monitored gene expression profiling of rat hepatic oval cells(More)
Echoing the roaring success of their bulk counterparts, nano-objects built from organolead halide perovskites (OLHP) present bright prospects for surpassing the performances of their conventional organic and inorganic analogues in photodriven technologies. Unraveling the photoinduced charge dynamics is essential for optimizing the optoelectronic(More)
After having emerged as primary contenders in the race for highly efficient optoelectronics materials, organolead halide perovskites (OHLP) are now being investigated in the nanoscale regime as promising building blocks with unique properties. For example, unlike their bulk counterpart, quantum dots of OHLP are brightly luminescent, owing to large exciton(More)