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Hepatocyte function in long-term organ culture of Amphimuma means liver
Journal of Cell Science
Fragments of liver from the adult urodele Amphiuma means, the Congo eel, were maintained in organ culture for up to 70 days. The normal electrophoretic patterns of several enzymes were retained. The activities of ornithine transcarbamylase, arginase, glutamate oxalacetate transaminase and glutamate pyruvate transaminase, and urea production, glucose uptake and tissue glycogen content remained relatively constant throughout the culture period. Histological organization and hepatocytepmid:1158982 fatcat:rkqhvgrliran5jzg76qdkc4dtu