Gabriela Vasile

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Immortal spheroids were generated from fetal mouse intestine using the culture system initially developed to culture organoids from adult intestinal epithelium. Spheroid proportion progressively decreases from fetal to postnatal period, with a corresponding increase in production of organoids. Like organoids, spheroids show Wnt-dependent indefinite(More)
In this study, the performances and the movement-related brain macropotentials of a group of adults and 10-year-old children were analyzed to test whether and how they were correlated to the success or failure in the performance. Bereitschaftspotential (BP), motor cortex potential (MCP) and skilled performance positivity (SPP) related to preparation,(More)
Mouse fetal intestinal progenitors lining the epithelium prior to villogenesis grow as spheroids when cultured ex vivo and express the transmembrane glycoprotein Trop2 as a marker. Here, we report the characterization of Trop2-expressing cells from fetal pre-glandular stomach, growing as immortal undifferentiated spheroids, and their relationship with(More)
The retinopathy of prematurity is a proliferative disease of the retinal blood vessels, occurring in the prematurely born babies. As the life support conditions for the prematurely born babies have improved, the retinopathy of prematurity has became a problem, both for the neonatologists and the ophthalmologists. This paper discusses the pathogeny, the risk(More)
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