Electrogenic ion transport in the mouse endometrium: functional aspects of the cultured epithelium.

@article{Chan1997ElectrogenicIT,
  title={Electrogenic ion transport in the mouse endometrium: functional aspects of the cultured epithelium.},
  author={H. C. Chan and Chang Qing Liu and Stanley K K Fong and Sheran Hiu Wan Law and Po Sing Leung and Pui Ying Leung and Wan-xuan Fu and S B Cheng Chew and Patrick Y-K Wong},
  journal={Biochimica et biophysica acta},
  year={1997},
  volume={1356 2},
  pages={140-8}
}
A primary culture of mouse endometrial epithelium grown on permeable supports was established and the electrogenic ion transport across the endometrial epithelium was studied using the short-circuit current (I(SC)) technique. Enzymatically isolated mouse endometrial cells were immunostained with epithelial cells markers, cytokeratins, indicating an epithelial origin of the culture. Mouse endometrial epithelial cells grown on Millipore filters formed polarized monolayers with junctional… CONTINUE READING

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