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Androgen receptor (AR) plays a fundamental role in most aspects of adult prostate homeostasis, and anti-androgen therapy represents the cornerstone of prostate cancer treatment.
Here, we genetically dissected the developing liver niche by systematically determining the cellular source of a key HSC niche factor, stem cell factor (SCF).
Instead of addressing genetic mutations, the Crispr machinery prompted cells to lose entire chromosomes.
Emmanuelle Passegué featured in the Rita Allen Foundation Scholar Profiles
Here, we evaluate repair outcomes of a Cas9-induced double-strand break (DSB) introduced on the paternal chromosome at the EYS locus, which carries a frameshift mutation causing blindness.
In addition to known ectodermal contributions, we use lineage tracing and time-lapse imaging in zebrafish to identify an endodermal contribution to the ADH.
The Stem Cell Core Facility is one of the two core facilities of the Columbia Stem Cell Initiative (CSCI), the major stem cell program at the Columbia University Irving Medical Center.
The bones are among the hardest to replace in the body. A trial of the new technique in humans is about to begin.
This study demonstrates the feasibility of TMJ regeneration using anatomically precise, autologous, living cartilage-bone grafts for functional, personalized total joint replacement.
Here, we describe a comprehensive single-cell atlas of the adult mouse prostate epithelium, which displays extensive heterogeneity.