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Simões, A.R, Neto, M., Alves, C.S., Santos, M., Fernández-Hernández, I., Veiga-Fernandes, H., Brea, D., Durá, I., Encinas, J.M. and Rhiner, C., (Jun 2022). Damage-responsive neuro-glial clusters coordinate the recruitment of dormant neural stem cells in Drosophila. Dev Cell, 57(13), pp.1661-1675. doi: 10.1016/j.devcel.2022.05.015. See News!

Bosch PS, Makhijani K, Herboso L, Gold KS, Baginsky R, Alexander B, Woodcock KJ, Kukar K, Corcoran S, Ouyang D, Wong C, Ramond EJV, Rhiner C, Moreno E, Lemaitre B, Geissmann F and Brückner K. (Dec 2019). Adult Drosophila lack signs of hematopoiesis, but are a model for organismal immunity centered at the blood cell reservoir of the respiratory epithelia. Dev Cell.; 51:787-803.e5. doi:10.1016/j.devcel.

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Dina S. Coelho, Silvia Schwartz, Marisa M. Merino, Barbara Hauert, Barbara Topfel, Christa Rhiner, and Eduardo Moreno (2018). Culling less fit neurons protects against amyloid-Beta-induced brain damage and cognitive and motor decline. Cell Reports 25:3661-3673.e3. 

Schwartz S and Rhiner C (2018).  Reservoirs for Repair? Damage-responsive stem cells and adult tissue regeneration in Drosophila. Journal of Dev Biology 62:465-471. 

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