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Stem cells for GI motility disorders.
Potential of cell therapy to treat pediatric motility disorders.
Advances in enteric neurobiology: how close are we to clinical use?
Development and developmental disorders of the enteric nervous system.
Transplanted progenitors generate functional enteric neurons in the postnatal colon.
Enteric Nervous System
Enteric neural crest-derived cells promote their migration by modifying their microenvironment through tenascin-C production.
Colitis induces enteric neurogenesis through a 5-HT4-dependent mechanism.
Endoscopic delivery of enteric neural stem cells to treat Hirschsprung disease.
Sonic hedgehog controls enteric nervous system development by patterning the extracellular matrix.
Engraftment of enteric neural progenitor cells into the injured adult brain.
Delivery of enteric neural progenitors with 5-HT4 agonist-loaded nanoparticles and thermosensitive hydrogel enhances cell proliferation and differentiation following transplantation in vivo.
White paper on guidelines concerning enteric nervous system stem cell therapy for enteric neuropathies.
Optimizing neurogenic potential of enteric neurospheres for treatment of neurointestinal diseases.
Collagen 18 and agrin are secreted by neural crest cells to remodel their microenvironment and regulate their migration during enteric nervous system development.
Intraganglionic macrophages: a new population of cells in the enteric ganglia.
Hypoganglionosis in the gastric antrum causes delayed gastric emptying.
Enteric neuronal cell therapy reverses architectural changes in a novel diphtheria toxin-mediated model of colonic aganglionosis.
Pan-enteric neuropathy and dysmotility are present in a mouse model of short-segment Hirschsprung disease and may contribute to post-pullthrough morbidity.
RET overactivation leads to concurrent Hirschsprung disease and intestinal ganglioneuromas.
Regulation of Experimental Colitis by Enteric Neurons
Autologous cell transplantation for the treatment of colorectal aganglionosis
Enteric Nervous System