A Versatile Strategy for Isolating a Highly Enriched Population of Intestinal Stem Cells.

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The isolation of pure populations of mouse intestinal stem cells (ISCs) is essential to facilitate functional studies of tissue homeostasis, tissue regeneration, and intestinal diseases. However, the purification of ISCs has relied predominantly on the use of transgenic reporter alleles in mice. Here, we introduce a combinational cell surface marker… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.stemcr.2016.01.014

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@article{Nefzger2016AVS, title={A Versatile Strategy for Isolating a Highly Enriched Population of Intestinal Stem Cells.}, author={Christian M. Nefzger and Thierry Jard{\'e} and Fernando J Rossello and Katja Horvay and Anja S. Knaupp and David R. Powell and Joseph C. Chen and Helen E Abud and Jose M Polo}, journal={Stem cell reports}, year={2016}, volume={6 3}, pages={321-9} }