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Oral cells are isolated from human oral tissues such as tongue, oral mucosa, periodontal tissue, and so on. The mouth is one of the most important organ because it is the site of food intake. The moist environment maintained by the oral system is essential for the physiological activities. Changes in cell proliferation and regulation within the oral cells will lead to the development of oral infections and oral cavity cancer.

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Description: Human Peridontal Ligament Fibroblasts(HPLF) from Creative Bioarray are isolated from...

Cat#: CSC-7738W INQUIRY

Description: Human Oral Keratinocytes (HOK) from Creative Bioarray are isolated from human oral...

Cat#: CSC-7745W INQUIRY

Description: Human Gingival Fibroblasts (HGF) from Creative Bioarray are isolated from human gingiva...

Cat#: CSC-7778W INQUIRY

Description: Human Periodontal Ligament Fibroblasts are isolated form normal human periodontal...

Cat#: CSC-C9364W INQUIRY

Description: Human Fungiform Taste Cells are isolated form normal human oral. T25 flasks is required...

Cat#: CSC-C9365W INQUIRY

Description: Human Gingival Epthelial Cells are isolated from normal human tissue. They are grown...

Cat#: CSC-C9393W INQUIRY

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