Collagen type III is an important linking molecule between generated renal tubules and an artificial polyester interstitium Reticulin as a linker between generated tubules and the interstitium

@inproceedings{Minuth2008CollagenTI,
  title={Collagen type III is an important linking molecule between generated renal tubules and an artificial polyester interstitium Reticulin as a linker between generated tubules and the interstitium},
  author={Will W. Minuth and Lucia Denk and Annette Blattmann and Hayo Castrop},
  year={2008}
}
In the field of regenerative medicine, much consideration has been given to stem/progenitor cells for the future treatment of acute and chronic renal failure. For this strategy to be effective, however, cell biological information about tubule development within the diseased organ is needed. Unresolved cell-biological issues relating to this kind of treatment include 1 the integration of stem/progenitor cells, 2 their differentiation into site-specific cell types, and 3 the spatial formation of… CONTINUE READING
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