Stem cells of small intestinal epithelium

L. Vedina; S. Sennikov; V. Trufakin; V. Kozlov
April 2008
Bulletin of Experimental Biology & Medicine;Apr2008, Vol. 145 Issue 4, p495
Academic Journal
Abstract  Intestinal epithelium is a rapidly proliferating tissue and represents a unique model for the study of somatic stem cells. Here we summarized the data about markers, main properties, and methods of isolation of intestinal epithelial cells. Some aspects of molecular biology of the intestine are also discussed.


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