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Cholangiocytes derived from induced pluripotent stem cells offer promising new possibilities for understanding biliary disorders. By creating these patient-specific liver cells, the laboratory is able to explore the genetic and epigenetic factors underlying biliary cell development and disease. These cells also offer a platform for individualized disease modeling and testing new therapies.
Dr. Huebert and his colleagues in the Biliary Regenerative Medicine Lab collaborate with other Mayo Clinic experts to develop innovative regenerative medicine strategies for the treatment of liver disease.
The lab's main programs include research on liver progenitor cells, cholangiocytes, liver grafts and development of a liver biobank.
The Mayo Clinic Center for Regenerative Medicine Blog provides up-to-date news about advances in regenerative medicine research.
Mayo Clinic researchers discuss advances in biliary and regenerative medicine.
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