News, Events and Publications


  • Find out about the progress of the LSFM4LIFE project, on its way towards the production of human pancreas organoids at GMP standard.

  • The LSFM4LIFE consortium partners attend many events to present the results achieved during the project. The event calendar also lists other interesting conferences and meetings on topics that are relevant to LSFM4LIFE.

Events


Upcoming Events

Dec
4
Wed
all-day LSFM2019 @ Frankfurt, Germany
LSFM2019 @ Frankfurt, Germany
Dec 4 – Dec 6 all-day
Attending LSFM4LIFE partners: Till Moreth (Universität Frankfurt am Main) et al. Organized by Francesco Pampaloni and Ernst H.K. Stelzer (Universität Frankfurt am Main)
Dec
9
Mon
all-day Cold Spring Harbor Asia conferen... @ Yumebutai Conference Center, Awaji, Japan
Cold Spring Harbor Asia conferen... @ Yumebutai Conference Center, Awaji, Japan
Dec 9 – Dec 12 all-day
Attending LSFM4LIFE partners: Meritxell Huch (Gurdon Institute)

Latest Publications


  • Hötte, K., Koch, M., Hof, L., Tuppi, M., Moreth, T., Verstegen, M. M. A., van der Laan, L. J. W., Stelzer, E. H. K., & Pampaloni, F. (2019). Ultra-thin fluorocarbon foils optimise multiscale imaging of three-dimensional native and optically cleared specimens. Sci Rep, 9, 17292.
  • Aloia, L., McKie, M. A., Vernaz, G., Cordero-Espinoza, L., Aleksieva, N., van den Ameele, J., Antonica, F., Font-Cunill, B., Raven, A., Aiese Cigliano, R., Belenguer, G., Mort, R. L., Brand, A. H., Zernicka-Goetz, M., Forbes, S. J., Miska, E. A., & Huch, M. (2019). Epigenetic remodelling licences adult cholangiocytes for organoid formation and liver regeneration. Nat Cell Biol, 21, 1321–1333.
  • Azzarelli, R., Rulands, S., Nestorowa, S., Davies, J., Campinoti, S., Gillotin, S., Bonfanti, P., Göttgens, B., Huch, M., Simons, B., & Philpott, A. (2019). Neurogenin3 phosphorylation controls reprogramming efficiency of pancreatic ductal organoids into endocrine cells. Scientific Reports, online.
  • Lancaster, M. A., & Huch, M. (2019). Disease modelling in human organoids. Disease Models & Mechanisms, online.
  • Prior, N., Inacio, P., & Huch, M. (2019). Liver organoids: from basic research to therapeutic applications. Gut, online.
  • Prior, N., Hindley, C. J., Rost, F., Meléndez, E., Lau, W. W. Y., Göttgens, B., Rulands, S., Simons, B. D., & Huch, M. (2019). Lgr5+ stem/progenitor cells reside at the apex of a heterogeneous embryonic hepatoblast pool. Development, online.
  • Hoette, K., Koch, M., Hof, L., Tuppi, M., Moreth, T., Stelzer, E. H. K., & Pampaloni, F. (2019). Ultra-thin fluorocarbon foils optimize multiscale imaging of three-dimensional native and optically cleared specimens. bioRxiv, 533844.
  • Dijk, B. V., & Sadr, N. (2019). Pancreas organoids for type I diabetes mellitus-Is it feasible as a cell therapy?. In “Advancing Manufacture of Cell and Gene Therapies VI”, Baksh, Rietze, & Wall, ECI Symposium Series, 60.
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