2019 Hans Popper Basic Science State-of-the-Art Lecture: Distributed Hepatocytes in Liver Homeostasis and Regeneration
Recorded On: 11/11/2019
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The annual Hans Popper Lecture clarifies exciting new findings on cellular renewal mechanisms in liver disease and liver cancer. A subset of hepatocytes with high levels of telomerase are distributed throughout the liver lobule, serving to renew the organ during homeostasis and in response to injury. Learn how genetic ablation of these hepatocytes results in scarring and defective regenrative responses.
Adrian Di Bisceglie
Distributed Hepatocytes in Liver Homeostasis and Regeneration
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