Browsing by Author "Lobo-Jarne, Teresa"

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  • López Arribillaga, Erika, 1986-; Yan, Bing; Lobo-Jarne, Teresa; Guillén, Yolanda; Menéndez, Silvia; Andreu García, Montserrat; Bigas Salvans, Anna; Iglesias Coma, Mar; Espinosa Blay, Lluís (MDPI, 2021)
    Background: previous studies in mice indicated that Paneth cells and c-Kit-positive goblet cells represent the stem cell niche of the small intestine and colon, respectively, partly by supporting Wnt and Notch activation. ...
  • Solé, Laura; Lobo-Jarne, Teresa; Álvarez-Villanueva, Daniel; Alonso-Marañón, Josune; Guillén, Yolanda; Guix Arnau, Marta, 1974-; Sangrador, Irene; Rozalén, Catalina; Vert, Anna; Lop Gros, Joan; Salido Galeote, Marta; Bellosillo Paricio, Beatriz; García-Romero, Raquel; Garrido, Marta; González, Jessica; López Arribillaga, Erika, 1986-; Iglesias Coma, Mar; Celià-Terrassa, Toni; Bigas Salvans, Anna; Espinosa Blay, Lluís (Nature Research, 2022)
    Current therapy against colorectal cancer (CRC) is based on DNA-damaging agents that remain ineffective in a proportion of patients. Whether and how non-curative DNA damage-based treatment affects tumor cell behavior and ...
  • Cantero Recasens, Gerard, 1984-; Alonso-Marañón, Josune; Lobo-Jarne, Teresa; Garrido, Marta; Iglesias Coma, Mar; Espinosa Blay, Lluís; Malhotra, Vivek (eLife, 2022)
    Fifteen percent of colorectal cancer (CRC) cells exhibit a mucin hypersecretory phenotype, which is suggested to provide resistance to immune surveillance and chemotherapy. We now formally show that CRC cells build a barrier ...
  • García Hernández, Violeta; Arambilet, David; Guillén, Yolanda; Lobo-Jarne, Teresa; Maqueda, Maria; Gekas, Christos; González, Jessica; Iglesias, Arnau; Vega García, Nerea; Sentís Carreras, Inés 1990-; Trincado Alonso, Juan Luis, 1987-; Márquez-López, Ian; Heyn, Holger; Camós, Mireia; Espinosa Blay, Lluís; Bigas Salvans, Anna (Wiley, 2023)
    Understanding the molecular mechanisms that contribute to the appearance of chemotherapy resistant cell populations is necessary to improve cancer treatment. We have now investigated the role of β-catenin/CTNNB1 in the ...

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