Ameena Khan

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The size of the pancreas is determined by intrinsic factors, such as the number of progenitor cells, and by extrinsic signals that control the fate and proliferation of those progenitors. Both the exocrine and endocrine compartments of the pancreas undergo dramatic expansion after birth and are capable of at least partial regeneration following injury.(More)
Academic researchers have been collecting data and pro- gramming scripts to process and analyze them for years. Re- searchers have studied the difficulty in sharing data alone, but sharing the scripts required to reproduce results has been discussed less often. At the Collective Action and So- cial Media (CASM) Lab at the Illinois Institute of Technol- ogy,(More)
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