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Dr. Deena A Elshabrawy :: Publications:

Title:
EphB2 isolates a human marrow stromal cell subpopulation with enhanced ability to contribute to the resident intestinal cellular pool
Authors: Evan Colletti,* Deena El Shabrawy,*,1 Melisa Soland,*, Takashi Yamagami,*,2 Saloomeh Mokhtari,*, Craig Osborne,† Karen Schlauch,‡,§ Esmail D. Zanjani,* Christopher D. Porada,*, and Graça Almeida-Porada*,
Year: 2017
Keywords: Key Words: crypts of Lieberkühn  transcriptome  Musashi-1  epithelial  Lgr5  transplant  niche
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Local/International: International
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Full paper Deena A Elshabrawy_Graca's paper EphB2 isolates,2013.pdf
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Abstract:

To identify human bone marrow stromal cell (BMSC) subsets with enhanced ability to engraft/ contribute to the resident intestinal cellular pool, we transplanted clonally derived BMSCs into fetal sheep. Analysis at 75 d post-transplantation showed 2 of the 6 clones engrafting the intestine at 4- to 5-fold higher levels (5.030.089 and 5.040.15%, respectively) than the other clones (P

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