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Stem cells crossing boundaries

Posted by , on 16 May 2013

For most of us, we don’t all end up settled as adults in the same town where we were born.  The same is true for many cells, including some stem ...

Shaggy hairs and stem cells

Posted by , on 10 January 2012

Our intestinal tissue doesn’t need a New Year’s resolution to keep up its amazing productivity.  Our intestinal epithelium is replenished at breakneck speed in an assembly line that begins with ...

The Intestinal Crypt

Posted by , on 2 August 2010

It’s not often that the introductory part of a research talk is beautiful as well as informative, but Hans Clevers achieves both by using this video about the intestinal crypt ...

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