Unravelling the (Sub)cellular Mechanisms of Low Frequency Electromagnetic Stimulation as Ischemic Stroke Therapy KU Leuven
Partial Inhibition of the Key Glycolytic Enzyme PFKFB3 in Myeloid Cells Impacts Whole-Body Immune Cell and Liver Metabolism, But Not Atherogenesis KU Leuven
Myeloid HIF-Prolyl Hydroxylase Proteins in Human and Mouse Atherosclerosis: Triplets with Differing Characters KU Leuven
GENES INVOLVED IN REGULATION OF CELLULAR METABOLIC PROCESSES, SIGNALING AND ADHESION ARE THE MARKERS OF PORCINE BUCCAL POUCH MUCOSAL CELLS LONG-TERM PRIMARY CULTURED IN VITRO KU Leuven
Extraordinary abilities for continuous proliferation and differentiation, associated with constant renewal triggered by stimulation from the mastication process, together with the relative lack of aesthetic complications associated with post-surgery healing, have highlighted buccal pouch mucosa as a potential source of explants that could be used in transplantation and tissue engineering. Additionally, this tissue plays a major role in the oral ...