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David P. Doupé and Philip H. Jones Cycling progenitors maintain epithelia while diverse cell types contribute to repair BioEssays 35

Version of Record online: 6 MAR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/bies.201200166

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Epithelial homeostasis in tissues from mouse epidermis, oesophagus and intestine to Drosophila intestine is maintained by population self-renewal rather than individual, hard-wired asymmetric division. In wound healing stem, progenitor and even differentiated cells may all exhibit flexibility of fate without necessitating a quiescent stem cell reserve.

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