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XB-ART-54042
FASEB J. January 1, 2018; 32 (1): 431-439.

EVI and MDS/EVI are required for adult intestinal stem cell formation during postembryonic vertebrate development.

Okada M , Shi YB .


Abstract
On the other hand, knocking out EVI and MDS/EVI causes severe retardation in the growth and development of the tadpoles during metamorphosis and leads to tadpole lethality at the climax of metamorphosis. Furthermore, the homozygous-knockout animals have reduced adult intestinal epithelial stem cell proliferation at the end of metamorphosis (for the few that survive through metamorphosis) or during T3-induced metamorphosis. These findings reveal a novel role of EVI and/or MDS/EVI in regulating the formation and/or proliferation of adult intestinal adult stem cells during postembryonic development in vertebrates.-Okada, M., Shi, Y.-B. EVI and MDS/EVI are required for adult intestinal stem cell formation during postembryonic vertebrate development.

PubMed ID: 28928245
Article link: FASEB J.



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