Overarching interests of the Stripp Laboratory are to define epithelial stem and progenitor cells that maintain the human lung, and to define mechanisms that regulate quiescence versus activation of these reparative cells and renewal versus differentiation in the setting of normal tissue maintenance and lung disease. Studies in the Stripp Lab benefit from the participation of patients receiving clinical care for lung disease who generously provide access to clinical samples that are used to identify candidate cellular and molecular targets for initiation and progression of chronic lung disease.
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Yao C, Carraro G, Konda B, Guan X, Mizuno T, Chiba N, Kostelny M, Kurkciyan A, David G, McQualter JL, Stripp BR.
Development. 2017 Jul 15;144(14):2618-2628.
Carraro G, Stripp BR.
Am J Respir Cell Mol Biol. 2017 Jun;56(6):685-686
Xu Y, Mizuno T, Sridharan A, Du Y, Guo M, Tang J, Wikenheiser-Brokamp KA, Perl AT, Funari VA, Gokey JJ, Stripp BR, Whitsett JA.
JCI Insight. 2016 Dec 8;1(20):e90558.