FUNCTIONAL ANATOMY OF STEM CELL NICHE
cod. 1005376

Academic year 2022/23
2° year of course - Second semester
Professor
MIRANDOLA Prisco, CARUBBI Cecilia
Academic discipline
Anatomia umana (BIO/16)
Field
A scelta dello studente
Type of training activity
Student's choice
14 hours
of face-to-face activities
2 credits
hub: PARMA
course unit
in ITALIAN

Integrated course unit module: REGENERATION OF DIFFERENTIATED TISSUES

Learning objectives


To acquire a detailed knowledge of the anatomical components that structure the stem cell niches of different adult organs

Prerequisites


Human histology and anatomy.

Course unit content


Anatomy of bone marrow stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of myeloid cell.
Anatomy of thymus stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of thymic stem cell.
Anatomy of liver stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of hepatic stem cell
Anatomy of kidney stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of renal stem cell
Anatomy of lung stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of lung stem cell
Anatomy of brain stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of neural stem cell

Full programme


Anatomy of bone marrow stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of myeloid cell.
Anatomy of thymus stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of thymic stem cell.
Anatomy of liver stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of hepatic stem cell
Anatomy of kidney stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of renal stem cell
Anatomy of lung stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of lung stem cell
Anatomy of brain stem cell niches: phenotype, isolation and differentiation of neural stem cell

Bibliography


International reviews and scientific commentaries will dispensed by the teacher

Teaching methods


lectures, interactive discussion of the scientific literature.

Assessment methods and criteria


Written exam: multiple choice test

Other information


Written exam: multiple choice test