Human embryonic stem cells derived keratinocyte as an in vitro research model for the study of immune response.

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BACKGROUND The innate immune response (IMR) is critical for the oral mucosa due to their continuous exposure to various oral pathogens. Keratinocytes play important role in IMR. Therefore, to date, keratinocytes from different sources have been used as in vitro research model for the study of IMR. However, current keratinocyte research models are hampered… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/jop.12054

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@article{Kidwai2013HumanES, title={Human embryonic stem cells derived keratinocyte as an in vitro research model for the study of immune response.}, author={Fahad Karim Kidwai and Doorgesh Sharma Jokhun and Mohammad Mehdi Movahednia and Jin Fei Yeo and Kai Soo Tan and Tong Cao}, journal={Journal of oral pathology & medicine : official publication of the International Association of Oral Pathologists and the American Academy of Oral Pathology}, year={2013}, volume={42 8}, pages={627-34} }