DOI: https://doi.org/10.24061/1727-0847.12.2.2013.18

СТОВБУРОВІ КЛІТИНИ КИШКИ

O. I. Diel'tsova, S. B. Heraschenko, Yu. B. Chaikovs'kyi

Анотація


Аналіз літератури присвячено результатам сучасних досліджень стовбурових клітин тонкої і товстої кишки дорослих. Розглядаються стовбурові ніші, маркери і транскрипційні фактори. Обговорюються потенційні можливості стовбурових клітин у регенерації та їхньої участі в канцерогенезі епітелію слизової оболонки кишки.

Ключові слова


кишка; стовбурові клітин дорослих; регенерація

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