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Ex vivo culture of intestinal crypt organoids as a model system for assessing cell death induction in intestinal epithelial cells and enteropathy

Ex vivo culture of intestinal crypt organoids as a model system for assessing cell death induction in intestinal epithelial cells and enteropathy

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GRABINGER, Thomas, Lisanne LUKS, Feodora KOSTADINOVA, Cheryl ZIMBERLIN, Jan Paul MEDEMA, Marcel LEIST, Thomas BRUNNER, 2014. Ex vivo culture of intestinal crypt organoids as a model system for assessing cell death induction in intestinal epithelial cells and enteropathy. In: Cell Death and Disease. 5, e1228. eISSN 2041-4889. Available under: doi: 10.1038/cddis.2014.183

@article{Grabinger2014cultu-29180, title={Ex vivo culture of intestinal crypt organoids as a model system for assessing cell death induction in intestinal epithelial cells and enteropathy}, year={2014}, doi={10.1038/cddis.2014.183}, volume={5}, journal={Cell Death and Disease}, author={Grabinger, Thomas and Luks, Lisanne and Kostadinova, Feodora and Zimberlin, Cheryl and Medema, Jan Paul and Leist, Marcel and Brunner, Thomas}, note={Article Number: e1228} }

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