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Jacelyn Peabody Lever 1 Aug 18
A must read manuscript that establishes a new cellular narrative for airway diseases!
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Jacelyn Peabody Lever 18 Dec 18
Love this idea! My are 1) learning how to use for advocacy and getting in AL. 2) in Paris for and Zurich to learn small animal CT quant methods (see gif 😊). 3) . 4)Engaging with the Twitter community!
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CEPR_Infection&Immun 14 Aug 18
Exciting discovery: 2 back-to-back papers identified a new type (called "") in the . These very rare cells represent more than 50% of the activity of the channel, the of which is the underlying cause of ()
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Vaincre la Muco 14 Sep 18
[] 🔬 Retour sur la principale actualité de l’été : des résultats qui soulignent l’importance du soutien à la fondamentale. Plus d'infos 👉
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Mu He Aug 15
Interestingly, we didn’t find cells characteristic of in the embryonic airway. Nonetheless, CFTR, a chloride channel enriched in and mutated in (CF), is highly expressed in basal progenitor cells of the airway epithelium.
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Leah Reznikov 13 Aug 18
One of my most favorite recent findings.
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Melody Davis 2 Aug 18
Relevant to supporting b/c newly identified are major source of CFTR transcripts in mouse and human.
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Recherche animale 7 Aug 18
: two teams have discovered , a new cell type in the respiratory tract that are the target of the mutation causing the disease. An important information for gene therapy
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Alison Diana 2 Aug 18
This newly discovered cell may be the star of future treatments for via
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Nick Danilov Sep 6
Recently a rare cell type - - was discovered, which amounts <1% in the epithelium, yet accounts for >50% of its CFTR expression critical for cystic fibrosis. ( A., ed. (2019) Stem Cells Heterogeneity in Different Organs.)
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Science in Boston 2 Aug 18
Using single-cell sequencing techology, Drs. Jayaraj Rajagopal and Aviv Regev at the have identified a new type of lung cell — — that appear to be the major expressors of , the defective gene that causes cystic fibrosis.
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Trends in Pharmacological Sciences 11 Sep 18
NEW in : A "Spotlight" by and on the 2 recent papers identifying a rare lung cell type , that expresses .
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Carlos Peña 8 Aug 18
A revised airway epithelial hierarchy includes CFTR-expressing |
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LACOUR Floriane 19 Oct 18
[] Notre président du Conseil Scientifique présente ses travaux de recherche sur les , nouveau type cellulaire dans les au . Toutes les infos sur les ici 👉 :
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Mabel Smith 9 Aug 18
For more updates: Newfound airway cells may life into tackling tied to the disease is very active, which line the air passages of the lungs are rare cells, but play a big role in keeping clear
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CEPR_Infection&Immun Oct 18
Splendide séminaire de intitulé "Construire l'atlas du ". Une prouesse qui va progressivement révolutionner nos connaissances de l'architecture cellulaire du tractus (cf et expression du )!
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Recherche animale 6 Aug 18
: deux équipes découvrent un nouveau type de cellules des voies respiratoires, les , qui sont la cible de la mutation responsable de la maladie. Une information importante en
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