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“Generation of mouse small intestinal epithelial cell lines that allow the analysis of specific innate immune functions”   The intestinal epithelium outlines the interface between the orally ingested microbial and private self interstitial environment. Small intestine epithelial cells play a critical role in the defense against pathogenic microbes through transmembrane pattern recognition receptors capable of identifying microbial ligands (1) (2) (3)....
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To be or not to be. The stem cell case The stem cell concept was not the result of a simple research project like many discoveries. The concept was built in years as an integrated understanding of multiple no apparently linked results. Around 1880 W. Roux presented data of experiments in which early embryos were spliced in halves which separately failed in...
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