Richard Lundmark
1 protocol

Michael Quante II. Medizinische Klinik, Klinikum rechts der Isar, Technische Universität München, Germany
1 protocol
Ankana Kakoti SALK Institute for Biological Studies
1 protocol

Giusy Tornillo Cardiff University
18 protocols

HongLok Lung University of Hong Kong
61 protocols

Michael Enos Stanford University
17 protocols

Reviewer
Agnieszka Pastula
  • Post-Doc, Umeå University Umeå
Research focus
  • Stem cells, Cancer, Microenvironment, 3D cell biology
  • 2 Author merit

Education

PhD, Department of Internal Medicine II (Gastroenterology), Technical University of Munich, Germany, 2016

Lab information

Laboratory of Richard Lundmark

Publications

2 Protocols published
Induction of Epithelial-mesenchymal Transition in MDCK II Cells
Authors:  Agnieszka Pastuła and Richard Lundmark, date: 02/05/2021, view: 263, Q&A: 0

Epithelial-mesenchymal transition (EMT) is a reversible process of epithelial cell transdifferentiation into a mesenchymal cell, that enables initiation of cell migration. EMT plays an important role in embryonic development, tissue repair and

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Isolation and 3-dimensional Culture of Primary Murine Intestinal Epithelial Cells
Authors:  Agnieszka Pastuła and Michael Quante, date: 05/20/2014, view: 20294, Q&A: 3
The intestine, together with skin and blood, belongs to the organs with the highest cell turnover, which makes it a perfect model to study cellular processes, such as proliferation and differentiation. Epithelial cell turnover in intestine is ...
6 Protocols reviewed
Using RNA Sequencing and Spike-in RNAs to Measure Intracellular Abundance of lncRNAs and mRNAs
Authors:  Megan D. Schertzer, McKenzie M. Murvin and J. Mauro Calabrese, date: 10/05/2020, view: 885, Q&A: 0
Long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) play essential roles in normal physiology and in disease but their mechanisms of action can be challenging to identify. For mechanistic studies, it is often useful to know a lncRNA’s intracellular abundance, i.e. ...
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In vitro Differentiation of Human iPSC-derived Retinal Pigment Epithelium Cells (iPSC-RPE)
Authors:  Agnieszka D’Antonio-Chronowska, Matteo D’Antonio and Kelly A. Frazer, date: 12/20/2019, view: 3320, Q&A: 0
Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) serve as an excellent model system for studying the molecular underpinnings of tissue development. Human iPSC-derived retinal pigment epithelium (iPSC-RPE) cells have fetal-like molecular profiles. Hence, ...
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