Baylor College of Medicine researchers determine that feedback loop maintains basal cell population

Baylor College of Medicine researchers determine that feedback loop maintains basal cell population Notch — the protein that can help determine cell fate — maintains a stable population of basal cells in the prostate through a positive feedback loop system with another key protein TGF beta (transforming growth factor beta), said Baylor College of Medicine … Continue reading “Baylor College of Medicine researchers determine that feedback loop maintains basal cell population”

Baylor College of Medicine researchers determine that feedback loop maintains basal cell population

Notch — the protein that can help determine cell fate — maintains a stable population of basal cells in the prostate through a positive feedback loop system with another key protein TGF beta (transforming growth factor beta), said Baylor College of Medicine researchers in the journal Cell Stem Cell.

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