Molecular Aspects of Adipoepithelial Transdifferentiation in Mouse Mammary Gland

@article{Prokesch2014MolecularAO,
  title={Molecular Aspects of Adipoepithelial Transdifferentiation in Mouse Mammary Gland},
  author={A. Prokesch and A. Smorlesi and Jessica Perugini and M. Manieri and P. Ciarmela and E. Mondini and Z. Trajanoski and K. Kristiansen and A. Giordano and J. Bogner-Strauss and S. Cinti},
  journal={STEM CELLS},
  year={2014},
  volume={32}
}
The circular, reversible conversion of the mammary gland during pregnancy and involution is a paradigm of physiological tissue plasticity. The two most prominent cell types in mammary gland, adipocytes and epithelial cells, interact in an orchestrated way to coordinate this process. Previously, we showed that this conversion is at least partly achieved by reciprocal transdifferentiation between mammary adipocytes and lobulo‐alveolar epithelial cells. Here, we aim to shed more light on the… Expand
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