Cell biology, Stem cell, Membrane protein, Progenitor cell and Cancer stem cell are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Denis Corbeil examines in his Cell biology study include Membrane, Cell membrane and Cell division. His studies deal with areas such as Golgi apparatus and Cytoskeleton as well as Membrane.
His research integrates issues of Neurosphere, Adult stem cell and Immunology in his study of Stem cell. His Membrane protein study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Membrane glycoproteins, Peptide sequence and Transmembrane protein. Denis Corbeil has included themes like Hematopoietic stem cell, Integrin and Adherens junction in his Progenitor cell study.
His main research concerns Cell biology, Stem cell, Progenitor cell, Prominin-1 and Cancer stem cell. Denis Corbeil combines subjects such as Membrane protein, Retinal degeneration and Cellular differentiation, Adult stem cell with his study of Cell biology. His Membrane protein research incorporates themes from Membrane glycoproteins, Tyrosine sulfation and Transmembrane protein.
His research in Stem cell intersects with topics in Cell, Immunology and Pathology. He combines subjects such as Haematopoiesis, Hematopoietic stem cell, Cell migration, CD34 and Molecular biology with his study of Progenitor cell. His Prominin-1 research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Computational biology and Antigen.
Denis Corbeil mainly focuses on Cell biology, Stem cell, Prominin-1, Mesenchymal stem cell and Cell. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stromal cell and Cellular differentiation in addition to Cell biology. The various areas that Denis Corbeil examines in his Cellular differentiation study include Bioinformatics, Progenitor cell, Tissue homeostasis, Knockout mouse and Retinitis pigmentosa.
His study on Cancer stem cell is often connected to Population and Retinal Rod Photoreceptor Cells as part of broader study in Stem cell. Denis Corbeil interconnects Cluster of differentiation, Transfection, CD34, Cell adhesion and Bone marrow in the investigation of issues within Mesenchymal stem cell. His work on Lipid raft and Regenerative medicine as part of general Cell study is frequently linked to General expression and Association, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Cell biology, Mesenchymal stem cell, Stem cell, Cell and Endosome. All of his Cell biology and Extracellular, Cancer stem cell, Endoplasmic reticulum, LRP6 and Wnt β catenin signaling investigations are sub-components of the entire Cell biology study. Denis Corbeil has included themes like Wound healing, Stromal cell, Cluster of differentiation and Cellular differentiation in his Mesenchymal stem cell study.
His studies deal with areas such as Stem cell marker, Progenitor cell, CD34, Flow cytometry and Bone marrow as well as Cluster of differentiation. His studies in Stem cell integrate themes in fields like Retinal, Priming and Notch signaling pathway. His Endosome research incorporates themes from Oxysterol-binding protein, Endocytic cycle, Late endosome and Vesicle-associated membrane protein.
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Prominin, a novel microvilli-specific polytopic membrane protein of the apical surface of epithelial cells, is targeted to plasmalemmal protrusions of non-epithelial cells
Anja Weigmann;Denis Corbeil;Andrea Hellwig;Wieland B. Huttner.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1997)
OSVZ progenitors of human and ferret neocortex are epithelial-like and expand by integrin signaling
Simone A Fietz;Iva Kelava;Johannes Vogt;Michaela Wilsch-Bräuninger.
Nature Neuroscience (2010)
Retention of prominin in microvilli reveals distinct cholesterol-based lipid micro-domains in the apical plasma membrane.
Katja Röper;Denis Corbeil;Denis Corbeil;Wieland B. Huttner;Wieland B. Huttner.
Nature Cell Biology (2000)
Isolation of neural stem cells from the postnatal cerebellum.
Audra Lee;Jessica D. Kessler;Tracy Ann Read;Constanze Kaiser.
Nature Neuroscience (2005)
The Human AC133 Hematopoietic Stem Cell Antigen Is also Expressed in Epithelial Cells and Targeted to Plasma Membrane Protrusions
Denis Corbeil;Katja Röper;Andrea Hellwig;Manuela Tavian.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (2000)
Release of extracellular membrane particles carrying the stem cell marker prominin-1 (cd133) from neural progenitors and other epithelial cells
Denis Corbeil;Wieland B. Huttner;Anne-Marie Marzesco.
Journal of Cell Science (2006)
Asymmetric distribution of the apical plasma membrane during neurogenic divisions of mammalian neuroepithelial cells.
Yoichi Kosodo;Katja Röper;Wulf Haubensak;Anne‐Marie Marzesco.
The EMBO Journal (2004)
Prominin: a story of cholesterol, plasma membrane protrusions and human pathology.
Denis Corbeil;Katja Röper;Christine A. Fargeas;Angret Joester.
Prominin-1/CD133, a neural and hematopoietic stem cell marker, is expressed in adult human differentiated cells and certain types of kidney cancer.
Mareike Florek;Michael Haase;Anne-Marie Marzesco;Daniel Freund.
Cell and Tissue Research (2005)
CD133 as a biomarker for putative cancer stem cells in solid tumours: limitations, problems and challenges
Philipp Grosse-Gehling;Christine A Fargeas;Claudia Dittfeld;Yvette Garbe.
The Journal of Pathology (2013)
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