Peter J. Peters spends much of his time researching Cell biology, Stem cell, Molecular biology, LGR5 and Immunology. Peter J. Peters has researched Cell biology in several fields, including Endocytic cycle, Endocytosis and Epithelium. His studies deal with areas such as Crypt, Stomach and Wnt signaling pathway as well as Stem cell.
While the research belongs to areas of Crypt, Peter J. Peters spends his time largely on the problem of Intestinal stem cell homeostasis, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Mesenchymal stem cell. His Molecular biology study combines topics in areas such as HLA-B Antigens, Human leukocyte antigen, Antigen and HLA-A. As part of one scientific family, Peter J. Peters deals mainly with the area of LGR5, narrowing it down to issues related to the Adult stem cell, and often Cancer stem cell.
Peter J. Peters mostly deals with Cell biology, Endosome, Molecular biology, Stem cell and Biochemistry. Particularly relevant to Golgi apparatus is his body of work in Cell biology. His research integrates issues of Transport protein, Vesicle and Cell membrane in his study of Endosome.
His Stem cell research integrates issues from Crypt, Immunology, Organoid and Adult stem cell. His research on Crypt often connects related areas such as Paneth cell. His studies examine the connections between Antigen presentation and genetics, as well as such issues in MHC class I, with regards to MHC class II.
Organoid, Cell biology, Stem cell, Cryo-electron microscopy and Secretion are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Peter J. Peters examines in his Organoid study include Cell, Epithelium, In vitro, Transcriptome and Virus. His Epithelium research focuses on subjects like Human pathogen, which are linked to Immunology.
His Cell biology research focuses on Function in particular. His study on LGR5 is often connected to Bone morphogenetic protein as part of broader study in Stem cell. His LGR5 research incorporates elements of Paneth cell, Flow cytometry and Homeostasis.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Organoid, Cell biology, Stem cell, Enteroendocrine cell and Transcriptome. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Liver Stem Cell, Hepatocyte and Liver regeneration. His Cell biology study typically links adjacent topics like BAP1.
His work carried out in the field of Stem cell brings together such families of science as Paneth cell, Cystic fibrosis and Venom. His work deals with themes such as Lung, Disease and Microbiology, which intersect with Transcriptome. His LGR5 study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Crypt, Snake venom, Homeostasis and Adult stem cell.
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Identification of stem cells in small intestine and colon by marker gene Lgr5
Nick Barker;Johan H. van Es;Jeroen Kuipers;Pekka Kujala.
Single Lgr5 stem cells build crypt-villus structures in vitro without a mesenchymal niche
Toshiro Sato;Robert G J Vries;Hugo J. Snippert;Marc van de Wetering.
Depletion of epithelial stem-cell compartments in the small intestine of mice lacking Tcf-4.
V Korinek;N Barker;P Moerer;E van Donselaar.
Nature Genetics (1998)
Lgr5+ve Stem Cells Drive Self-Renewal in the Stomach and Build Long-Lived Gastric Units In Vitro
Nick Barker;Meritxell Huch;Pekka Kujala;Marc van de Wetering.
Cell Stem Cell (2010)
Lgr5 homologues associate with Wnt receptors and mediate R-spondin signalling
Wim De Lau;Nick Barker;Nick Barker;Teck Y. Low;Bon Kyoung Koo.
M. tuberculosis and M. leprae Translocate from the Phagolysosome to the Cytosol in Myeloid Cells
Nicole van der Wel;David Hava;Diane Houben;Donna Fluitsma.
Segregation of MHC class II molecules from MHC class I molecules in the Golgi complex for transport to lysosomal compartments.
Peter J. Peters;Jacques J. Neefjes;Viola Oorschot;Hidde L. Ploegh.
Cytotoxic T lymphocyte granules are secretory lysosomes, containing both perforin and granzymes.
P J Peters;J Borst;V Oorschot;M Fukuda.
Journal of Experimental Medicine (1991)
Transcription factor achaete scute-like 2 controls intestinal stem cell fate.
Laurens G van der Flier;Marielle E van Gijn;Pantelis Hatzis;Pekka Kujala.
Cell-type and Tissue-specific Expression of Caveolin-2 CAVEOLINS 1 AND 2 CO-LOCALIZE AND FORM A STABLE HETERO-OLIGOMERIC COMPLEX IN VIVO
Philipp E. Scherer;Renée Y. Lewis;Daniela Volonté;Jeffrey A. Engelman.
Journal of Biological Chemistry (1997)
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