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ILC1 drive intestinal epithelial and matrix remodelling. / Jowett, Geraldine M.; Norman, Michael D.A.; Yu, Tracy T.L.; Rosell Arévalo, Patricia; Hoogland, Dominique; Lust, Suzette T.; Read, Emily; Hamrud, Eva; Walters, Nick J.; Niazi, Umar; Chung, Matthew Wai Heng; Marciano, Daniele; Omer, Omer S.; Zabinski, Tomasz; Danovi, Davide; Lord, Graham M.; Hilborn, Jöns; Evans, Nicholas D.; Dreiss, Cécile A.; Bozec, Laurent; Oommen, Oommen P.; Lorenz, Christian D.; da Silva, Ricardo M.P.; Neves, Joana F.; Gentleman, Eileen.

In: Nature Materials, 2020.

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Jowett, GM, Norman, MDA, Yu, TTL, Rosell Arévalo, P, Hoogland, D, Lust, ST, Read, E, Hamrud, E, Walters, NJ, Niazi, U, Chung, MWH, Marciano, D, Omer, OS, Zabinski, T, Danovi, D, Lord, GM, Hilborn, J, Evans, ND, Dreiss, CA, Bozec, L, Oommen, OP, Lorenz, CD, da Silva, RMP, Neves, JF & Gentleman, E 2020, 'ILC1 drive intestinal epithelial and matrix remodelling', Nature Materials. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41563-020-0783-8

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Jowett, G. M., Norman, M. D. A., Yu, T. T. L., Rosell Arévalo, P., Hoogland, D., Lust, S. T., ... Gentleman, E. (2020). ILC1 drive intestinal epithelial and matrix remodelling. Nature Materials. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41563-020-0783-8

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Jowett GM, Norman MDA, Yu TTL, Rosell Arévalo P, Hoogland D, Lust ST et al. ILC1 drive intestinal epithelial and matrix remodelling. Nature Materials. 2020. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41563-020-0783-8

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Jowett, Geraldine M. ; Norman, Michael D.A. ; Yu, Tracy T.L. ; Rosell Arévalo, Patricia ; Hoogland, Dominique ; Lust, Suzette T. ; Read, Emily ; Hamrud, Eva ; Walters, Nick J. ; Niazi, Umar ; Chung, Matthew Wai Heng ; Marciano, Daniele ; Omer, Omer S. ; Zabinski, Tomasz ; Danovi, Davide ; Lord, Graham M. ; Hilborn, Jöns ; Evans, Nicholas D. ; Dreiss, Cécile A. ; Bozec, Laurent ; Oommen, Oommen P. ; Lorenz, Christian D. ; da Silva, Ricardo M.P. ; Neves, Joana F. ; Gentleman, Eileen. / ILC1 drive intestinal epithelial and matrix remodelling. In: Nature Materials. 2020.

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title = "ILC1 drive intestinal epithelial and matrix remodelling",
abstract = "Organoids can shed light on the dynamic interplay between complex tissues and rare cell types within a controlled microenvironment. Here, we develop gut organoid cocultures with type-1 innate lymphoid cells (ILC1) to dissect the impact of their accumulation in inflamed intestines. We demonstrate that murine and human ILC1 secrete transforming growth factor β1, driving expansion of CD44v6+ epithelial crypts. ILC1 additionally express MMP9 and drive gene signatures indicative of extracellular matrix remodelling. We therefore encapsulated human epithelial–mesenchymal intestinal organoids in MMP-sensitive, synthetic hydrogels designed to form efficient networks at low polymer concentrations. Harnessing this defined system, we demonstrate that ILC1 drive matrix softening and stiffening, which we suggest occurs through balanced matrix degradation and deposition. Our platform enabled us to elucidate previously undescribed interactions between ILC1 and their microenvironment, which suggest that they may exacerbate fibrosis and tumour growth when enriched in inflamed patient tissues.",
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AU - Jowett, Geraldine M.

AU - Norman, Michael D.A.

AU - Yu, Tracy T.L.

AU - Rosell Arévalo, Patricia

AU - Hoogland, Dominique

AU - Lust, Suzette T.

AU - Read, Emily

AU - Hamrud, Eva

AU - Walters, Nick J.

AU - Niazi, Umar

AU - Chung, Matthew Wai Heng

AU - Marciano, Daniele

AU - Omer, Omer S.

AU - Zabinski, Tomasz

AU - Danovi, Davide

AU - Lord, Graham M.

AU - Hilborn, Jöns

AU - Evans, Nicholas D.

AU - Dreiss, Cécile A.

AU - Bozec, Laurent

AU - Oommen, Oommen P.

AU - Lorenz, Christian D.

AU - da Silva, Ricardo M.P.

AU - Neves, Joana F.

AU - Gentleman, Eileen

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AB - Organoids can shed light on the dynamic interplay between complex tissues and rare cell types within a controlled microenvironment. Here, we develop gut organoid cocultures with type-1 innate lymphoid cells (ILC1) to dissect the impact of their accumulation in inflamed intestines. We demonstrate that murine and human ILC1 secrete transforming growth factor β1, driving expansion of CD44v6+ epithelial crypts. ILC1 additionally express MMP9 and drive gene signatures indicative of extracellular matrix remodelling. We therefore encapsulated human epithelial–mesenchymal intestinal organoids in MMP-sensitive, synthetic hydrogels designed to form efficient networks at low polymer concentrations. Harnessing this defined system, we demonstrate that ILC1 drive matrix softening and stiffening, which we suggest occurs through balanced matrix degradation and deposition. Our platform enabled us to elucidate previously undescribed interactions between ILC1 and their microenvironment, which suggest that they may exacerbate fibrosis and tumour growth when enriched in inflamed patient tissues.

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