In vivo differentiation potential of tracheal basal cells: evidence for multipotent and unipotent subpopulations.

@article{Hong2004InVD,
  title={In vivo differentiation potential of tracheal basal cells: evidence for multipotent and unipotent subpopulations.},
  author={Kyung U. Hong and Susan D Reynolds and Simon Watkins and Elaine Fuchs and Barry R Stripp},
  journal={American journal of physiology. Lung cellular and molecular physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={286 4},
  pages={L643-9}
}
The composition of the conducting airway epithelium varies significantly along the proximal to distal axis, with that of the tracheal epithelium exhibiting the greatest complexity. A number of progenitor cells have been proposed to contribute to the maintenance of this cellular diversity both in the steady state and in response to injury. However, individual roles for each progenitor cell type are poorly defined in vivo. The present study was undertaken to investigate the hypothesis that basal… CONTINUE READING
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