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  1. Integrin α7β1 represses intestinal absorptive cell differentiation
  2. High-fat diet reveals the impact of Sar1b defects on lipid and lipoprotein profile, and cholesterol metabolism
  3. Primary Cilium Identifies a Quiescent Cell Population in the Human Intestinal Crypt
  4. Proteomics Profiling of Stool Samples from Preterm Neonates with SWATH/DIA Mass Spectrometry for Predicting Necrotizing Enterocolitis
  5. Fibrin(ogen) Is Constitutively Expressed by Differentiated Intestinal Epithelial Cells and Mediates Wound Healing
  6. Differential influence of YAP1 and TAZ on differentiation of intestinal epithelial cell: A review
  7. Src family kinases inhibit differentiation of intestinal epithelial cells through the Hippo effector YAP1
  8. Lipocalin-2 and calprotectin as stool biomarkers for predicting necrotizing enterocolitis in premature neonates
  9. Dietary Nanoparticles Interact with Gluten Peptides and Alter the Intestinal Homeostasis Increasing the Risk of Celiac Disease
  10. Review of Methodological Approaches to Human Milk Small Extracellular Vesicle Proteomics
  11. Multitarget Stool mRNA Test for Detecting Colorectal Cancer Lesions Including Advanced Adenomas
  12. IL-17-related signature genes linked to human necrotizing enterocolitis
  13. Gliadin, through the Activation of Innate Immunity, Triggers lncRNA NEAT1 Expression in Celiac Disease Duodenal Mucosa
  14. From Congenital Disorders of Fat Malabsorption to Understanding Intra-Enterocyte Mechanisms Behind Chylomicron Assembly and Secretion
  15. Sar1b mutant mice recapitulate gastrointestinal abnormalities associated with chylomicron retention disease
  16. The Hippo Pathway Effector YAP1 Regulates Intestinal Epithelial Cell Differentiation
  17. ILK supports RhoA/ROCK-mediated contractility of human intestinal epithelial crypt cells by inducing the fibrillogenesis of endogenous soluble fibronectin during the spreading process
  18. Colorectal Cancer Research: Basic, Preclinical, and Clinical Approaches
  19. Toward a Stool mRNA-Based Assay for Detection of Colorectal Cancer Lesions
  20. Integrin α6β4 in Colorectal Cancer: Expression, Regulation, Functional Alterations and Use as a Biomarker
  21. Effect of Ketoprofen and ATB-352 on the Immature Human Intestine: Identification of Responders and Non-responders
  22. The H2A.Z histone variant integrates Wnt signaling in intestinal epithelial homeostasis
  23. Non-integrin laminin receptors in epithelia
  24. Impaired antimicrobial response and mucosal protection induced by ibuprofen in the immature human intestine
  25. Apple peel polyphenols reduce mitochondrial dysfunction in mice with DSS-induced ulcerative colitis
  26. MYC Regulates α6 Integrin Subunit Expression and Splicing Under Its Pro-Proliferative ITGA6A Form in Colorectal Cancer Cells
  27. Knockdown of laminin α5 stimulates intestinal cell differentiation
  28. A Stool Multitarget mRNA Assay for the Detection of Colorectal Neoplasms
  29. Identification of Response Elements on Promoters Using Site-Directed Mutagenesis and Chromatin Immunoprecipitation
  30. Integrin α6 variants and colorectal cancer
  31. Involvement of the Integrin α1β1 in the Progression of Colorectal Cancer
  32. The nitric oxide synthase 2 pathway is targeted by both pro- and anti-inflammatory treatments in the immature human intestine
  33. Droplet digital PCR for quantification ofITGA6in a stool mRNA assay for the detection of colorectal cancers
  34. Plasma Lactoferrin Levels Positively Correlate with Insulin Resistance despite an Inverse Association with Total Adiposity in Lean and Severely Obese Patients
  35. Apple peel polyphenols: a key player in the prevention and treatment of experimental inflammatory bowel disease
  36. Neoexpression of a functional primary cilium in colorectal cancer cells
  37. Epigenetics in Intestinal Epithelial Cell Renewal
  38. Combined Effects of Lipophilic Phycotoxins (Okadaic Acid, Azapsiracid-1 and Yessotoxin) on Human Intestinal Cells Models
  39. Use of integrin alpha 6 transcripts in a stool mRNA assay for the detection of colorectal cancers at curable stages
  40. MYC and integrins interplay in colorectal cancer
  41. Erratum
  42. Guidelines for the use and interpretation of assays for monitoring autophagy (3rd edition)
  43. Gene expression profiling in necrotizing enterocolitis reveals pathways common to those reported in Crohn’s disease
  44. Tuning WNT-β-catenin signaling via BCL9 proteins for targeting colorectal cancer cells
  45. Altered intestinal functions and increased local inflammation in insulin-resistant obese subjects: a gene-expression profile analysis
  46. Histone Deacetylase Inhibition Impairs Normal Intestinal Cell Proliferation and Promotes Specific Gene Expression
  47. Integrin α1β1 expression is controlled by c-MYC in colorectal cancer cells
  48. Hepatocyte Nuclear Factor 4 Alpha Polymorphisms and the Metabolic Syndrome in French-Canadian Youth
  49. Sar1b transgenic male mice are more susceptible to high-fat diet-induced obesity, insulin insensitivity and intestinal chylomicron overproduction
  50. Modulation of stemness in a human normal intestinal epithelial crypt cell line by activation of the WNT signaling pathway
  51. AMPK in the Small Intestine in Normal and Pathophysiological Conditions
  52. Integrin α6A splice variant regulates proliferation and the Wnt/β-catenin pathway in human colorectal cancer cells
  53. Suppression of anoikis in human intestinal epithelial cells: differentiation state-selective roles of α2β1, α3β1, α5β1, and α6β4 integrins
  54. The need for transparency and good practices in the qPCR literature
  55. Laminin Receptor 37/67LR Regulates Adhesion and Proliferation of Normal Human Intestinal Epithelial Cells
  56. Control of the Human Osteopontin Promoter by ERRα in Colorectal Cancer
  57. Pharmacological inhibition of polycomb repressive complex-2 activity induces apoptosis in human colon cancer stem cells
  58. Iron-Ascorbate-Mediated Lipid Peroxidation Causes Epigenetic Changes in the Antioxidant Defense in Intestinal Epithelial Cells: Impact on Inflammation
  59. PCSK9 plays a significant role in cholesterol homeostasis and lipid transport in intestinal epithelial cells
  60. Integrin α1 subunit is up-regulated in colorectal cancer
  61. Deleterious effects of indomethacin in the mid-gestation human intestine
  62. INS-1 cell glucose-stimulated insulin secretion is reduced by the downregulation of the 67 kDa laminin receptor
  63. Src family kinase inhibitor PP2 accelerates differentiation in human intestinal epithelial cells
  64. RBFOX2 Is an Important Regulator of Mesenchymal Tissue-Specific Splicing in both Normal and Cancer Tissues
  65. Antioxidative properties of paraoxonase 2 in intestinal epithelial cells
  66. Association between genetic variants in the HNF4A gene and childhood-onset Crohn’s disease
  67. Autophagy is active in normal colon mucosa
  68. Integrin/Fak/Src-mediated regulation of cell survival and anoikis in human intestinal epithelial crypt cells: selective engagement and roles of PI3-K isoform complexes
  69. Anti-inflammatory effects of epidermal growth factor on the immature human intestine
  70. Polycomb repressive complex 2 impedes intestinal cell terminal differentiation
  71. Isolation and Functional Studies of Human Fetal Gastric Epithelium in Primary Culture
  72. Isolation, Characterization, and Culture of Normal Human Intestinal Crypt and Villus Cells
  73. Gene-expression Profile Analysis in the Mid-gestation Human Intestine Discloses Greater Functional Immaturity of the Colon as Compared With the Ileum
  74. Collagen VI is a basement membrane component that regulates epithelial cell–fibronectin interactions
  75. Modification in Oxidative Stress, Inflammation, and Lipoprotein Assembly in Response to Hepatocyte Nuclear Factor 4α Knockdown in Intestinal Epithelial Cells
  76. Integrin α8β1 confers anoikis susceptibility to human intestinal epithelial crypt cells
  77. Oxidative Stress and Mitochondrial Functions in the Intestinal Caco-2/15 Cell Line
  78. Regulatory Function of a Malleable Protein Matrix as a Novel Fermented Whey Product on Features Defining the Metabolic Syndrome
  79. Polycystin-1 is a microtubule-driven desmosome-associated component in polarized epithelial cells
  80. Cooperation between HNF-1α, Cdx2, and GATA-4 in initiating an enterocytic differentiation program in a normal human intestinal epithelial progenitor cell line
  81. Integrin-linked kinase regulates migration and proliferation of human intestinal cells under a fibronectin-dependent mechanism
  82. Intestinal epithelial wound healing assay in an epithelial–mesenchymal co-culture system
  83. MIQE précis: Practical implementation of minimum standard guidelines for fluorescence-based quantitative real-time PCR experiments
  84. Integrin α8β1 regulates adhesion, migration and proliferation of human intestinal crypt cells via a predominant RhoA/ROCK-dependent mechanism
  85. Integrin α6Bβ4 inhibits colon cancer cell proliferation and c-Myc activity
  86. Localization, function and regulation of the two intestinal fatty acid-binding protein types
  87. Degeneration of the Pericryptal Myofibroblast Sheath by Proinflammatory Cytokines in Inflammatory Bowel Diseases
  88. Functional Development of Human Fetal Gastrointestinal Tract
  89. Differential expression of the integrins α6Aβ4 and α6Bβ4 along the crypt–villus axis in the human small intestine
  90. Specific signaling cascades involved in cell spreading during healing of micro-wounded gastric epithelial monolayers
  91. Intestinal fatty acid binding protein regulates mitochondrion β-oxidation and cholesterol uptake
  92. Effect of retinoic acid on cell proliferation and differentiation as well as on lipid synthesis, lipoprotein secretion, and apolipoprotein biogenesis
  93. Nuclear expression of E2F4 induces cell death via multiple pathways in normal human intestinal epithelial crypt cells but not in colon cancer cells
  94. Loss of cathepsin L activity promotes claudin‐1 overexpression and intestinal neoplasia
  95. Subcellular proteomics of cell differentiation: Quantitative analysis of the plasma membrane proteome of Caco-2 cells
  96. Epidermal growth factor receptor-dependent PI3K-activation promotes restitution of wounded human gastric epithelial monolayers
  97. CDX2 : un facteur à multiples facettes pour les cellules épithéliales du tube digestif
  98. Fak/Src signaling in human intestinal epithelial cell survival and anoikis: Differentiation state-specific uncoupling with the PI3-K/Akt-1 and MEK/Erk pathways
  99. Laminins in the developing and adult human small intestine: Relation with the functional absorptive unit
  100. Gene expression profiles of normal proliferating and differentiating human intestinal epithelial cells: A comparison with the Caco-2 cell model
  101. Localization and role of NPC1L1 in cholesterol absorption in human intestine
  102. Implication of TNF-Related Apoptosis-Inducing Ligand in Inflammatory Intestinal Epithelial Lesions
  103. Normalizing genes for quantitative RT-PCR in differentiating human intestinal epithelial cells and adenocarcinomas of the colon
  104. Cdx2 modulates proliferation in normal human intestinal epithelial crypt cells
  105. Intestinal-fatty acid binding protein and lipid transport in human intestinal epithelial cells
  106. Microbial induction of CARD15 expression in intestinal epithelial cells via toll-like receptor 5 triggers an antibacterial response loop
  107. Interleukin-17 is a potent immuno-modulator and regulator of normal human intestinal epithelial cell growth
  108. Upregulation of a functional form of the β4 integrin subunit in colorectal cancers correlates with c-Myc expression
  109. Differential expression of claudin-2 along the human intestine: Implication of GATA-4 in the maintenance of claudin-2 in differentiating cells
  110. Repressed E-cadherin expression in the lower crypt of human small intestine: a cell marker of functional relevance
  111. Human Intestinal Epithelial Cell Survival and Anoikis
  112. Proinflammatory cytokines TNF-α and IFN-γ alter laminin expression under an apoptosis-independent mechanism in human intestinal epithelial cells
  113. Human intestinal epithelial crypt cell survival and death: Complex modulations of Bcl-2 homologs by Fak, PI3-K/Akt-1, MEK/Erk, and p38 signaling pathways
  114. Differentiation state-selective roles of p38 isoforms in human intestinal epithelial cell anoikis
  115. Lipopolysaccharide modulation of normal enterocyte turnover by toll-like receptors is mediated by endogenously produced tumour necrosis factor alpha
  116. Phosphatidylinositol 3-Kinase Controls Human Intestinal Epithelial Cell Differentiation by Promoting Adherens Junction Assembly and p38 MAPK Activation
  117. The Susceptibility to Fas-Induced Apoptosis in Normal Enterocytes Is Regulated on the Level of cIAP1 and 2
  118. Interactions between laminin and epithelial cells in intestinal health and disease
  119. Role of p27Kip1 in human intestinal cell differentiation
  120. Expression of SPARC/osteonectin/BM4O in the human gut: Predominance in the stroma of the remodeling distal intestine
  121. Expression of integrin subunits correlates with differentiation of epithelial cell lineages in developing human gastric mucosa
  122. Human cell models to study small intestinal functions: Recapitulation of the crypt-villus axis
  123. Altered Expression of Laminins in Crohn's Disease Small Intestinal Mucosa
  124. Integrins as mediators of epithelial cell-matrix interactions in the human small intestinal mucosa
  125. A New Primary Culture System Representative of the Human Gastric Epithelium
  126. Expression of Functionally Distinct Variants of the β4A Integrin Subunit in Relation to the Differentiation State in Human Intestinal Cells
  127. Susceptibility to FAS-induced apoptosis in human nontumoral enterocytes: Role of costimulatory factors
  128. Requirement of the MAP kinase cascade for cell cycle progression and differentiation of human intestinal cells
  129. Insulin Modulates Cellular Proliferation in Developing Human Jejunum and Colon
  130. Integrins and human intestinal cell functions
  131. Regulated expression of the integrin α9β1 in the epithelium of the developing human gut and in intestinal cell lines: Relation with cell proliferation
  132. Primary Cultures of Fully Differentiated and Pure Human Intestinal Epithelial Cells
  133. Apolipoproteins in human fetal colon: Immunolocalization, biogenesis, and hormonal regulation
  134. Epithelial vs Mesenchymal Contribution to the Extracellular Matrix in the Human Intestine
  135. Identification, distribution, and tissular origin of the α5(IV) and α6(IV) collagen chains in the developing human intestine
  136. Expression of the α9β1 integrin in human colonic epithelial cells: Resurgence of the fetal phenotype in a subset of colon cancers and adenocarcinoma cell lines
  137. Relation between integrin alpha7Bbeta1 expression in human intestinal cells and enterocytic differentiation
  138. Cell dynamics and differentiation of conditionally immortalized human intestinal epithelial cells
  139. Expression and turnover of an interstitial matrix component of the pericryptal sheath in neonatal mice
  140. Use of the Dissociating Enzyme Thermolysin to Generate Viable Human Normal Intestinal Epithelial Cell Cultures
  141. Triiodothyronine Stimulates the Expression of Sucrase–Isomaltase in Caco-2 Cells Cultured in Serum-Free Medium
  142. Uncoordinated, transient mosaic patterns of intestinal hydrolase expression in differentiating human enterocytes
  143. CCAAT/Enhancer binding protein isoforms expression in the colon of neonatal mice
  144. Appearance and distribution of laminin a chain isoforms and integrin ?2, ?3, ?6, ?1, and ?4 subunits in the developing human small intestinal mucosa
  145. Extracellular heterotrimeric laminin promotes differentiation in human enterocytes
  146. Cellular Fibronectin Expression Is Down-Regulated at the mRNA Level in Differentiating Human Intestinal Epithelial Cells
  147. Immunolocalization of a mesenchymal antigen specific to the gastrointestinal tract
  148. Expression of the α-5(IV) collagen chain in the fetal human small intestine
  149. Reciprocal expression of laminin A-chain isoforms along the crypt-villus axis in the human small intestine
  150. An intestinal secretory protein is found in most glands associated with the gastrointestinal tract: von Ebner's and salivary glands, gallbladder, and pancreas.
  151. Intramitochondrial Localization of the Main 70-kDa Heat-Shock Cognate Protein in Drosophila Cells
  152. Relationship between tenascin and ?-smooth muscle actin expression in the developing human small intestinal mucosa
  153. Expression of Tenascin in the Developing Human Small Intestine
  154. Basement membrane formation and re-distribution of the ?1 integrins in a human intestinal co-culture system
  155. Transient mosaic patterns of morphological and functional differentiation in the Caco-2 cell line
  156. Developmental expression of two antigens associated with mouse intestinal crypts
  157. Silica Exposure Induces Cytotoxicity and Proliferative Activity of Type II Pneumocytes
  158. Clonal analysis of sucrase-isomaltase expression in the human colon adenocarcinoma Caco-2 cells
  159. Immunolocalization of extracellular matrix components during organogenesis in the human small intestine
  160. Detection and characterization of sucrase-isomaltase in adult human colon and in colonic polyps
  161. Members of the Drosophila HSP 70 family share ATP-binding properties
  162. Hormonal regulation of epithelial cell proliferation in the fetal mouse duodenum in vitro
  163. Role of thyroxine and insulin on the development of the fetal mouse duodenum in organ culture
  164. Influence of Epidermal Growth Factor on the Maturation of the Fetal Mouse Duodenum in Organ Culture
  165. Permissive effect of glutamine on the differentiation of fetal mouse small intestine in organ culture
  166. Influences of dexamethasone on the maturation of fetal mouse intestinal mucosa in organ culture
  167. Effect of dexamethasone on the fetal mouse small intestine in organ culture
  168. Comparative study of some intestinal brush border membrane enzymes during perinatal development of the mouse
  169. Epidermal growth factor (EGF) accelerates the maturation of fetal mouse intestinal mucosa in utero
  170. The effect of epidermal growth factor (EGF) on the differentiation of the rough endoplasmic reticulum in fetal mouse small intestine in organ culture.