[Illinois] Cell & Developmental Biology Seminar Series: Plasticity in the Pancreas: New Diabetes Therapies?
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"The Wright laboratory research focuses on early embryonic development and organogenesis. Numerous papers from hi group have been published in the fields of TGF-beta/BMP-like intercellular signaling in early embryos and of pancreas formation and maintenance with particular interests in multi-potential stem cells, endocrine and exocrine cell ontogeny, and plasticity and interconversion during development and metastasis. Wright trainees have used a combination of molecular biological, genetic, biochemical and experimental embryological techniques to explore these issues in frog, mouse and zebrafish embryos. "
-From Dr. Christopher Wright's Lab page.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Researchers should cite this work as follows:
Christopher Wright (2012), "[Illinois] Cell & Developmental Biology Seminar Series: Plasticity in the Pancreas: New Diabetes Therapies?," https://nanohub.org/resources/15991.