Real-time measurement of glucose metabolism in fully differentiated air-liquid-interface grown primary human nasal epithelial cells

E. Mavin (Newcastle, United Kingdom), B. Verdon (Newcastle, United Kingdom), S. Miwa (Newcastle, United Kingdom), S. Carrie (Newcastle, United Kingdom), A. Gardner (Newcastle, United Kingdom), M. Brodlie (Newcastle, United Kingdom), J. Powell (Newcastle, United Kingdom), C. Ward (Newcastle, United Kingdom), J. Garnett (Newcastle, United Kingdom)

Source: International Congress 2019 – Understanding lung disease: novel in vitro models
Session: Understanding lung disease: novel in vitro models
Session type: Oral Presentation
Number: 1905

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E. Mavin (Newcastle, United Kingdom), B. Verdon (Newcastle, United Kingdom), S. Miwa (Newcastle, United Kingdom), S. Carrie (Newcastle, United Kingdom), A. Gardner (Newcastle, United Kingdom), M. Brodlie (Newcastle, United Kingdom), J. Powell (Newcastle, United Kingdom), C. Ward (Newcastle, United Kingdom), J. Garnett (Newcastle, United Kingdom). Real-time measurement of glucose metabolism in fully differentiated air-liquid-interface grown primary human nasal epithelial cells. 1905

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