The renal cell system removes waste from the body, regulates electrolyte balance and blood pressure, balances the body’s fluids, and also controls red blood cell production. Endothelial cells, epithelial cells, and mesangial cells are vital components necessary for the normal function of the renal system. Atypical regulation and proliferation of these cells can affect renal function and lead to the development of diseases; such as diabetic nephropathy, chronic renal disease, polycystic kidney disease, and renal cancer. Innoprot offers 8 types of normal primary cells in the renal cell system from different species.
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