5 new cool stem cell papers worth a look for weekend reading

Some diverse new stem cell papers worth a peek this weekend?

Direct reprogramming hits crest: Generation of Multipotent Induced Neural Crest by Direct Reprogramming of Human Postnatal Fibroblasts with a Single Transcription Factor, Cell Stem Cell 

Hormone receptors in prostate cancer cells versus stem cells: Concise Review: Androgen Receptor Differential Roles in Stem/Progenitor Cells Including Prostate, Embryonic, Stromal, and Hematopoietic LineagesStem Cells

Remember Me-thylation: Dynamic and static maintenance of epigenetic memory in pluripotent and somatic cells, Nature

A Variant Path to Pluripotency: Histone Variant H2A.X Deposition Pattern Serves as a Functional Epigenetic Mark for Distinguishing the Developmental Potentials of iPSCs, Cell Stem Cell

Making targeted human organs from PSCs in animals. Targeted Organ Generation Using Mixl1-Inducible Mouse Pluripotent Stem Cells in Blastocyst Complementation, Stem Cells & Development

 

 

2 thoughts on “5 new cool stem cell papers worth a look for weekend reading


  1. Interesting developments. I’m a newcomer to your blog and found the Mike West interviews enlightening. In Part 3, you promised to post Part 4 at a later time but I can’t seem to find one… did you or do you plan to post it?


  2. Cool!
    Thanks to mention the H2A.X paper here:)
    This paper was published on Cell stem cell.

    Tao

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