Data from: Serum-free and xenobiotic-free preservation of cultured human limbal epithelial cells

Utheim OA, Islam R, Lyberg T, Roald B, Eidet JR, de la Paz MF, Dartt DA, Raeder S, Utheim TP

Date Published: March 9, 2015

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.77nm5

 

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Description The file presents data underlying the analyses for an article called "Serum-free and Xenobiotic-free Preservation of Cultured Human Limbal Epithelial Cells" in preparation for publication in PlosOne. The file includes data on cell viability, epithelial and amniotic membrane thickness and expression of 11 different immunohistochemical markers (deltaNP63alpha, P63, Bmi1, C/ebpdelta, ABCG2, Connexin-43, Keratin-19, Keratin-3, PCNA, Caspase-3).
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Utheim OA, Islam R, Lyberg T, Roald B, Eidet JR, de la Paz MF, Dartt DA, Raeder S, Utheim TP (2015) Serum-free and xenobiotic-free preservation of cultured human limbal epithelial cells. PLOS ONE 10(3): e0118517. http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0118517

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Utheim OA, Islam R, Lyberg T, Roald B, Eidet JR, de la Paz MF, Dartt DA, Raeder S, Utheim TP (2015) Data from: Serum-free and xenobiotic-free preservation of cultured human limbal epithelial cells. Dryad Digital Repository. http://dx.doi.org/10.5061/dryad.77nm5
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