WRN conditioned media is sufficient for in vitro propagation of intestinal organoids from large farm and small companion animals

@inproceedings{Powell2017WRNCM,
  title={WRN conditioned media is sufficient for in vitro propagation of intestinal organoids from large farm and small companion animals},
  author={Robin H. Powell and Michael S Behnke},
  booktitle={Biology open},
  year={2017}
}
Recent years have seen significant developments in the ability to continuously propagate organoids derived from intestinal crypts. These advancements have been applied to mouse and human samples providing models for gastrointestinal tissue development and disease. We adapt these methods for the propagation of intestinal organoids (enteroids) from various large farm and small companion (LF/SC) animals, including cat, dog, cow, horse, pig, sheep and chicken. We show that LF/SC enteroids propagate… CONTINUE READING
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