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dedifferentiation

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dedifferentiation

Dedifferentiation of atrial cardiomyocytes: from in vivo to in vitro

p53: The Barrier or Guardian for Cell Dedifferentiation?

Dedifferentiation of emotion regulation strategies in the aging brain

Dissociation of cardiomyocyte apoptosis and dedifferentiation in infarct border zones

Dedifferentiation of atrial myocytes during atrial fibrillation: role of fibroblast proliferation in vitro

Adult rabbit cardiomyocytes undergo hibernation-like dedifferentiation when co-cultured with cardiac fibroblasts

Reduction of pancreatic β-cell dedifferentiation after gastric bypass surgery in diabetic rats

p53 is balancing development, differentiation and de-differentiation to assure cancer prevention

Dedifferentiation and aberrations of the endolysosomal compartment characterize the early stage of nephropathic cystinosis

Murine Denys–Drash syndrome: evidence of podocyte de-differentiation and systemic mediation of glomerulosclerosis

MP092EXPRESSION OF KERATIN 17 IN RENAL INJURY INDICATES TUBULAR STRESS AND DEDIFFERENTIATION

New insights in oncogenic alterations in clear-cell renal cell carcinoma with sarcomatoid dedifferentiation

277 Large Paratesticular Liposarcoma With High- and Low-Grade Dedifferentiation Mimicking Inguinal Hernia

Feminizing Adrenocortical Carcinoma: The Source of Estrogen Production and the Role of Adrenal-Gonadal Dedifferentiation

Oncostatin M-induced cardiomyocyte dedifferentiation regulates the progression of diabetic cardiomyopathy through B-Raf/Mek/Erk signaling pathway

 

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The loss of differentiated characteristics and the restoration of an undifferentiated and implicitly multipotential state. Dedifferentiation is common in plants but remains controversial in animals, even during regeneration, e.g. in the tail of amphibians. Loss of differentiated characteristics may not be accompanied by loss of determination and many tissues contain a reserve of uncommitted cells for repair.

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