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The P2X7 Receptor Supports Both Life and Death in Fibrogenic Pancreatic Stellate Cells

The pancreatic stellate cells (PSCs) have complex roles in pancreas, including tissue repair and fibrosis. PSCs surround ATP releasing exocrine cells, but little is known about purinergic receptors and their function in PSCs. Our aim was to resolve whether PSCs express the multifunctional P2X7 receptor and elucidate how it regulates PSC viability. The number of PSCs isolated from ...

Inversin/Nephrocystin-2 Is Required for Fibroblast Polarity and Directional Cell Migration

Inversin is a ciliary protein that critically regulates developmental processes and tissue homeostasis in vertebrates, partly through the degradation of Dishevelled (Dvl) proteins to coordinate Wnt signaling in planar cell polarity (PCP). Here, we investigated the role of Inversin in coordinating cell migration, which highly depends on polarity processes at the single-cell level, ...

Mutations of the EPHB6 Receptor Tyrosine Kinase Induce a Pro-Metastatic Phenotype in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

Alterations of Eph receptor tyrosine kinases are frequent events in human cancers. Genetic variations of EPHB6 have been described but the functional outcome of these alterations is unknown. The current study was conducted to screen for the occurrence and to identify functional consequences of EPHB6 mutations in non-small cell lung cancer. Here, we sequenced the entire coding ...

Differential action of steroid hormones on human endothelium

Hans Oberleithner Christoph Riethmller Thomas Ludwig Victor Shahin Christian Stock Albrecht Schwab Martin Hausberg Kristina Kusche Hermann Schillers A labelling error occurred in Fig. 5, showing a

Differential action of steroid hormones on human endothelium

Hans Oberleithner Christoph Riethmller Thomas Ludwig Victor Shahin Christian Stock Albrecht Schwab Martin Hausberg Kristina Kusche Hermann Schillers A labelling error occurred in Fig. 5, showing a