A research team at the NYU School of Medicine held in-vitro studies and investigated how nicotine chemical transformation impacts human bronchial epithelial cells and DNA.
Category Archives: Lung Cell Research
Better models of translational biological systems are continually being sought by the biomedical research community. In comparison to animal models or immortalized cell models, human primary cells demonstrate increased physiological relevance in terms of response, efficacy, and toxicity (Hynds, 2013). In particular, reliable and accurate models of lung function are highly sought after to model […]