Intraoperative Blood Auto-Transfusion Restrained the Malignancy of Liver Cancer via Regulating Functions of Tumor Cells and Kuffer Cells

The role of intraoperative blood auto-transfusion in regulating the recovery of liver cancer was investigated using a rat model of liver cancer and an intraoperative blood return model. Kupffer cells were isolated from liver cancer tissues, and their biological characteristics were analyzed by flow cytometry.
[Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering Reviews]

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