β-Catenin-NFkB-CFTR interactions in cholangiocytes regulate inflammation and fibrosis during ductular reaction

  1. Shikai Hu
  2. Jacquelyn O Russell
  3. Silvia Liu
  4. Catherine Cao
  5. Jackson McGaughey
  6. Ravi Rai
  7. Karis Kosar
  8. Junyan Tao
  9. Edward Hurley
  10. Minakshi Poddar
  11. Sucha Singh
  12. Aaron Bell
  13. Donghun Shin
  14. Reben Raeman
  15. Aatur D Singhi
  16. Kari Nejak-Bowen
  17. Sungjin Ko
  18. Satdarshan P Monga  Is a corresponding author
  1. Tsinghua University, China
  2. Boston Children's Hospital, United States
  3. University of Pittsburgh, United States
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  1. Shikai Hu
  2. Jacquelyn O Russell
  3. Silvia Liu
  4. Catherine Cao
  5. Jackson McGaughey
  6. Ravi Rai
  7. Karis Kosar
  8. Junyan Tao
  9. Edward Hurley
  10. Minakshi Poddar
  11. Sucha Singh
  12. Aaron Bell
  13. Donghun Shin
  14. Reben Raeman
  15. Aatur D Singhi
  16. Kari Nejak-Bowen
  17. Sungjin Ko
  18. Satdarshan P Monga
(2021)
β-Catenin-NFkB-CFTR interactions in cholangiocytes regulate inflammation and fibrosis during ductular reaction
eLife 10:e71310.
https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.71310