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Multipotent Stem Cells of the Hair Follicle

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    Book Overview
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    Chapter 1 Multipotent Stem Cells of the Hair Follicle
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    Chapter 2 Nestin-Based Reporter Transgenic Mouse Lines.
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    Chapter 3 Discovery of HAP Stem Cells.
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    Chapter 4 Multipotent Stem Cells of the Hair Follicle
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    Chapter 5 Construction of Tissue-Engineered Nerve Conduits Seeded with Neurons Derived from Hair-Follicle Neural Crest Stem Cells.
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    Chapter 6 Nestin-Expressing Hair-Follicle-Associated Pluripotent (HAP) Stem Cells Promote Whisker Sensory-Nerve Growth in Long-Term 3D-Gelfoam® Histoculture.
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    Chapter 7 Isolation and Culture of Neural Crest Stem Cells from Human Hair Follicles.
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    Chapter 8 Isolation of Mouse Hair Follicle Bulge Stem Cells and Their Functional Analysis in a Reconstitution Assay.
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    Chapter 9 Hair Follicle Regeneration by Transplantation of a Bioengineered Hair Follicle Germ.
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    Chapter 10 Hair Induction by Cultured Mesenchymal Cells Using Sphere Formation.
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    Chapter 11 Stereological Quantification of Cell-Cycle Kinetics and Mobilization of Epithelial Stem Cells during Wound Healing.
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    Chapter 12 Culture of Dermal Papilla Cells from Ovine Wool Follicles: An In Vitro Model for Papilla Size Determination.
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    Chapter 13 Isolation and Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting of Mouse Keratinocytes Expressing β-Galactosidase.
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    Chapter 14 Protocols for Ectopic Hair Growth from Transplanted Whisker Follicles on the Spinal Cord of Mice.
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    Chapter 15 Protocols for Gelfoam(®) Histoculture of Hair-Shaft-Producing Mouse Whisker Follicles Containing Nestin-GFP-Expressing Hair-Follicle-Associated Pluripotent (HAP) Stem Cells for Long Time Periods.
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    Chapter 16 Multipotent Stem Cells of the Hair Follicle
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    Chapter 17 Highly Efficient Neural Differentiation of CD34-Positive Hair-Follicle-Associated Pluripotent Stem Cells Induced by Retinoic Acid and Serum-Free Medium.
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    Chapter 18 Multipotent Stem Cells of the Hair Follicle
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Chapter title
Isolation and Fluorescence-Activated Cell Sorting of Mouse Keratinocytes Expressing β-Galactosidase.
Chapter number 13
Book title
Multipotent Stem Cells of the Hair Follicle
Published in
Methods in molecular biology, January 2016
DOI 10.1007/978-1-4939-3786-8_13
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Book ISBNs
978-1-4939-3784-4, 978-1-4939-3786-8
Authors

Maria Kasper, Rune Toftgård, Viljar Jaks

Editors

Robert M Hoffman

Abstract

During the past decade, the rapid development of new transgenic and knock-in mouse models has propelled epidermal stem-cell research into "fast-forward mode". It has become possible to identify and visualize defined cell populations during normal tissue maintenance, and to follow their progeny during the processes of homeostasis, wound repair, and tumorigenesis. Moreover, these cells can be isolated using specific labels, and characterized in detail using an array of molecular and cell biology approaches. The bacterial enzyme, β-galactosidase (β-gal), the product of the LacZ gene, is one of the most commonly used in vivo cell labels in genetically-engineered mice. The protocol described in this chapter provides a guideline for the isolation of viable murine epidermal cells expressing β-gal, which can then be subjected to further characterization in vivo or in vitro.

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Researcher 2 33%
Student > Ph. D. Student 1 17%
Student > Postgraduate 1 17%
Unknown 2 33%
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Biochemistry, Genetics and Molecular Biology 4 67%
Unknown 2 33%