From Cell Biology to Tissue Engineering

Volume 32, number 5 (May), 2017 (published online: February 1, 2017)



The emerging role of mTOR up-regulation in brain astrocytoma
L. Ryskalin, F. Limanaqi, F. Biagioni, A. Frati, V. Esposito, M.T. Calierno, P. Lenzi and F. Fornai

pp 413-431


Critical and diverse in vivo roles of apoptosis signal-regulating kinase 1 in animal models of atherosclerosis and cholestatic liver injury
S. Yamada, H. Noguchi and A. Tanimoto
pp 433-444


Emerging relationship between CFTR, actin and tight junction organization in cystic fibrosis airway epithelium
S. Castellani, M. Favia, L. Guerra, A. Carbone, A.C. Abbattiscianni, S. Di Gioia, V. Casavola and M. Conese

pp 445-459



Microvascular changes in relation to inflammation and epidermal hyperplasia in chronic cutaneous lesions of psoriasis vulgaris
D. Výbohová, K. Adamicová, Y. Mellová and G. Hešková
pp 461-470


Depletion of SHANK2 inhibited the osteo/dentinogenic differentiation potentials of stem cells from apical papilla
L. Guo, L. Jin, J. Du, C. Zhang, Z. Fan and S. Wang
pp 471-479


Inhibition of the TWEAK/Fn14 pathway attenuates autoimmune arthritis in a SKG mouse model
J.-S. Park, S.-M. Kim, K.-A. Jung, J. Lee, S.-K. Kwok, M.-L. Cho and S.-H. Park
pp 481-490


Reduced expression of EphA5 is associated with lymph node metastasis, advanced TNM stage, and poor prognosis in colorectal carcinoma
S. Gu, J. Feng, Q. Jin, W. Wang and S. Zhang
pp 491-497


Polyglucosan bodies in the prostatic stromal smooth muscles of aged dogs
S. Kamiya, H. Yoshimura, K. Okada, A. Yoshida, Y. Fukuda, M. Yamamoto, S. Soeta and K. Takahashi
pp 499-502


Overexpression of lactate dehydrogenase A in cholangiocarcinoma is correlated with poor prognosis
U. Thonsri, W. Seubwai, S. Waraasawapati, K. Sawanyawisuth, K. Vaeteewoottacharn, T. Boonmars and U. Cha'on
pp 503-510


The distribution of SIgA and IgG antibody-secreting cells in the palatine tonsils of Bactrian camels (Camelus bactrianus) of different ages
S. Jia, W. Zhang, X. Tan, W. He and W. Wang
pp 511-521