Howard Schlossberg

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A bronchial xenograft model of the human airway was used to identify submucosal gland progenitor cells within the surface airway epithelium. Lineage analysis using recombinant retroviruses has demonstrated considerable diversity in the cellular composition of expanded clones within reconstituted xenograft airway epithelium. These findings provide evidence(More)
The success of orthotopic liver transplantation is dependent on multiple factors including MHC tissue compatibility and ischemic/reperfusion injury. Ischemic/reperfusion (I/R) injury in the liver occurs in a biphasic pattern consisting of both acute phase (oxygen free radical mediated) and subacute phase (neutrophil-mediated) damage. Although numerous(More)
The expression of the immediate early genes (IEGs) c-fos and e-jun have been hypothesized to potentially play key roles in mediating cellular responses following injury to the liver. In this study, we sought to evaluate the potential involvement of c-jun and c-fos as determinants either of cellular regeneration or programmed cell death following(More)
A new way to perform space missions utilizes the concept of clusters of satellites that cooperate to perform the function of a larger, single satellite. Each smaller satellite communicates with the others and shares the processing, communications, and payload or mission functions. The required functionality is thus spread across the satellites in the(More)
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