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Medical cell biology

Part of the research area Cell biology

Latest publications

The ambiguous role of nitric oxide in the urinary bladder
Michael Winder
7th National Symposium on Advances in Gastrointestinal & Urogenital Research, 2017, Gold Coast, Australia, Conference contribution 2017
Conference contribution

Exploring the heterogeneity of the hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell pool in cord blood
Sofia Frändberg
Göteborg, University of Gothenburg. Sahlgrenska Academy, Institute of Biomedicine, Doctoral thesis 2017
Doctoral thesis

Altered B-lymphopoiesis in mice with deregulated thrombopoietin signaling
A. E. Au, M. Lebois, S. A. Sim, P. Cannon, J. Corbin et al.
Scientific Reports, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Overexpression of protein kinase STK25 in mice exacerbates ectopic lipid accumulation, mitochondrial dysfunction and insulin resistance in skeletal muscle.
Urszula Chursa, Esther Nuñez Durán, Emmelie Cansby, Manoj Amrutkar, Silva Sütt et al.
Diabetologia, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Foxc2 influences alveolar epithelial cell differentiation during lung development
M. Tsuji, M. Morishima, K. Shimizu, S. Morikawa, Mikael Heglind et al.
Development Growth & Differentiation, Journal article 2017
Journal article

CFP1 Regulates Histone H3K4 Trimethylation and Developmental Potential in Mouse Oocytes
Chao Yu, X. Y. Fan, Q. Q. Sha, H. H. Wang, B. T. Li et al.
Cell Rep, Journal article 2017
Journal article

Characterisation of lubricin in synovial fluid from horses with osteoarthritis.
Emilia Svala, C Jin, Ulla Rüetschi, S Ekman, Anders Lindahl et al.
Equine veterinary journal, Journal article 2017
Journal article

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