Modulation of Transcription in the Murine Gut Epithelium in Development, Differentiation, and Disease

@inproceedings{Kieckhaefer2017ModulationOT,
  title={Modulation of Transcription in the Murine Gut Epithelium in Development, Differentiation, and Disease},
  author={Julia Elise Kieckhaefer},
  year={2017}
}
The intestinal epithelium is a continuously self-renewing tissue that must balance its function as the site of nutrient absorption with its role as a barrier between the body and the external environment. With its high cellular turnover and continual exposure to lumenal antigens, the intestinal epithelium is highly susceptible to developing diseases, such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and cancer. Understanding the factors that control intestinal epithelial development are key to… CONTINUE READING

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