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Dr. M. Bernardo 2m
Era of . Assessing Toxicity with Human Cell-Based In Vitro Methods: Trends in Molecular Medicine
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Annika Hausmann Feb 19
In our latest study with we adressed important questions on : Do intestinal organoids resemble their tissue of origin? Do you need littermate-control organoids? Are organoids suited for studies of host-pathogen interaction?
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Axion BioSystems Feb 20
Interested in modeling neurological diseases in vitro? Don't miss this Cell Press hosted webinar: Innovating CNS Disease Modeling: Tailoring Cells & Editing Genomes Register here:
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Hans Clevers Feb 19
recorded three lectures of 20 minutes each covering 30 years or research in my lab. They can be viewed at:
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STEMCELL Organoids Feb 22
Congrats to , , , , et al. on their new paper! ISX-9 manipulates endocrine progenitor fate revealing conserved intestinal lineages in mouse and human .
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STEMCELL Organoids Feb 21
New in ! Reprogramming normal cells into tumor precursors requires stiffness and oncogene-mediated changes of cell mechanical properties.
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Johannes Betge 23h
Leaving after speaking about and drug screening in an interesting session on new concepts. Thanks for having me and thanks to the nice and interested audience for a good discussion!
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Atanas G. Atanasov Feb 21
Auto Micro Atomization Delivery of Human Epidermal Organoids Improves Therapeutic Effects for Skin Wound Healing
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STEMCELL Organoids Feb 21
TWO papers in this week from Dr. Ramesh Shivdasani's lab: 1️⃣ Ascl2-dependent cell dedifferentiation drives regeneration of ablated intestinal stem cells:
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STEMCELL Organoids Feb 18
Occludin protects secretory cells from ER stress by facilitating SNARE-dependent apical protein exocytosis.
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Labiotech.eu Feb 20
In development, fulfill many functions in the investigation of new drugs. Organoids are especially promising for research. Here is why: 👉
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STEMCELL Organoids 16h
The authors present scRNA-seq of genome-edited human kidney as a platform for profiling effects of APOL1 risk variants in diverse nephron cell types.
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John Gleeson Feb 20
Excited to have my first first author Postdoc paper out! Intestinal and colonic from patient iPSCs!
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Erica Lim Feb 19
Could the presence of a large fraction of immature cells be a cancer-prone character of other transitional zones? Work done in mice and revealed that large pools of progeny cells called Lgr5-CD44+ cells populated gastric cancer junctions.
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Crown Bioscience 20h
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Labiotech.eu Feb 22
Failure rates for new agents are still extremely high. So there is a great need for preclinical models that allow a better into humans. Enter ! 👉
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CBMER Feb 17
I'm Andrew J. Barnhart and I am a doctoral candidate at . My research is on the ethics of – “mini-organs” made from stem cells. In my project, I explore the moral status of organoids and their ethical implications on future use of animals in biomedical research.
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STEMCELL Organoids Feb 21
Replying to @organoidscience
2️⃣ Distinct cell populations generate the essential intestinal BMP signaling gradient:
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Michael J Rosen, MD Feb 20
Thrilled to introduce our new postdoc in the lab, ! Jide recently defended his PhD thesis in Nutritional Science & is studying molecular & functional features of pediatric patient-derived colonoids. Title slide of 1st lab mtg presentation.
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STEMCELL Organoids Feb 20
This week in from Dr. 's lab 👇 Cell-type-specific signaling networks in heterocellular .
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