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Investigating the relation between stochastic differentiation and homeostasis in intestinal crypts via multiscale modeling

bioRxiv

Nov 25, 2013

Alex GraudenziMarco Antoniotti

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Colorectal tumors originate and develop within intestinal crypts. Even though some of the essential phenomena that characterize crypt structure and dynamics have been effectively described in the past, the relation between the differentiation process and the overall crypt homeostasis is...read more

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Cell to Cell Adhesion Signaling Pathway
Clonal Expansion
Clone
Intestines
Migration, Cell
Biochemical Pathway
Gene Regulatory Networks
Biochemical Turnover
Mitosis
Crypt
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Investigating the relation between stochastic differentiation and homeostasis in intestinal crypts via multiscale modeling

bioRxiv

Nov 25, 2013

Alex GraudenziMarco Antoniotti

PMID: 990000927

DOI: 10.1101/000927

Abstract

Colorectal tumors originate and develop within intestinal crypts. Even though some of the essential phenomena that characterize crypt structure and dynamics have been effectively described in the past, the relation between the differentiation process and the overall crypt homeostasis is...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Cell to Cell Adhesion Signaling Pathway
Clonal Expansion
Clone
Intestines
Migration, Cell
Biochemical Pathway
Gene Regulatory Networks
Biochemical Turnover
Mitosis
Crypt
7
2

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