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Lgr5+ Stammenzellen im Magen tragen sowohl zu regenerativen Prozessen als auch zu Entwicklung von Krebs bei

Lgr5+ Stammenzellen im Magen tragen sowohl zu regenerativen Prozessen als auch zu Entwicklung von Krebs bei
Photo: Marc Leushacke

Lgr5+ Stammenzellen im Magen tragen sowohl zu regenerativen Prozessen als auch zu Entwicklung von Krebs bei

Lgr5+ Stammenzellen im Magen tragen sowohl zu regenerativen Prozessen als auch zu Entwicklung von Krebs bei
Photo: Marc Leushacke

Adult Stem Cells

- Their Significance for Regenerative Medicine

Adult Stem Cells

- Their Significance for Regenerative Medicine

Date:

July 05, 2018, 4 p.m.

Venue:

Integrated Research Institute for the Life Sciences
Michaelis Bldg. 18 | Maud Menten Hall (3rd floor)
Philippstr. 13
10115 Berlin

The lecture will be in English.

Registration is not required.


The IRI Life Sciences at Humboldt University Berlin host a lecture on “WNT Signaling and LGR5+ Stem Cells during Homeostasis, Regeneration & Cancer” by Dr. Marc Leushacke (A*STAR Institute of Medical Biology in Singapore). In his lecture, the biologist will talk about his research on regulating adult stem cells and their potential for clinical applications, including in regenerative medicine.

Thanks to a small number of adult stem cells, the human body has astonishing regenerative capacity. Outwardly, these stem cells can barely be distinguished from other cells, but they have the potential to divide over the course of a human life and differentiate into tissue cells. Adult stem cells depend on their immediate environment – the stem cell niche. The cells in this niche release growth factors and other substances that maintain the multipotency of the stem cells.

The lecture takes place as part of the IRI-Schering Colloquium “Organoids – Life in 3D,” which is offered at the IRI Life Sciences during the 2018 summer semester.

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