KRT14 marks a subpopulation of bladder basal cells with pivotal role in regeneration and tumorigenesis

@inproceedings{Papafotiou2016KRT14MA,
  title={KRT14 marks a subpopulation of bladder basal cells with pivotal role in regeneration and tumorigenesis},
  author={George Papafotiou and Varvara Paraskevopoulou and Eleni Vasilaki and Zoi Kanaki and Nikolaos Paschalidis and Apostolos Klinakis},
  booktitle={Nature communications},
  year={2016}
}
The urothelium is a specialized epithelium that lines the urinary tract. It consists of three different cell types, namely, basal, intermediate and superficial cells arranged in relatively distinct cell layers. Normally, quiescent, it regenerates fast upon injury, but the regeneration process is not fully understood. Although several reports have indicated the existence of progenitors, their identity and exact topology, as well as their role in key processes such as tissue regeneration and… CONTINUE READING
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