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Oxygen Tension in Liver Models

Oxygen Tension in Liver Models diagram by Belcher et al, PLOS One
Belcher et al, PLOS One

Oxygen tension is determined by the balance between net oxygen entering the system and the consumption of oxygen by cells, which can be affected by cell density and type. For instance, hepatocytes consume higher levels of oxygen compared to endothelial cells. Here is the latest research on oxygen tension in liver models.

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