Kimberly A Teti

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Mouse keratinocyte stem cells originate from the bulge of hair follicle, and, according to definition, possess a clonogenic activity in vitro. We have investigated seven inbred (C57BL/6, C3H, DBA/2, BALB/c, FVB) and outbred (SENCAR, CD-1) mouse strains and found that three genetically distinct subsets of mouse strains differ significantly in the frequency(More)
Several converging lines of evidence suggest that keratinocyte stem cells including those clonogenic in vitro, are the target cells in skin carcinogenesis. However, the mechanism of their involvement in carcinogenesis continues to be unknown. Recently, we have demonstrated that the number of keratinocyte clonogenic stem cells from mice is a genetically(More)
76 Background: Three randomized trials support adjuvant radiation therapy (ART) over observation after radical prostatectomy (RP) for prostate cancer (PC) patients with adverse pathologic features (APFs), but many clinicians instead favor early salvage RT (SRT) for a rising PSA. We conducted a web-based survey of U.S. radiation oncologists (RO) and(More)
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