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Cell Stem Cell
A monthly journal at the forefront of stem cell science and policy. Posts & opinions from Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Sheila Chari
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Jose Silva Aug 15
So pleased to see our latest work published! This investigates how cellular identity change is instructed using reprogramming as a model system. Distinct Molecular Trajectories Converge to Induce Naive Pluripotency
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Cambridge Stem Cell Institute Aug 15
Distinct Molecular Trajectories Converge to Induce Naive Pluripotency - New research from out today in
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Hamilton Lab Aug 1
And talking a walk down Media Street as well ....
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Dickins Lab Aug 1
Our lab’s new paper in describes reversible differentiation in acute myeloid leukemia. Congratulations to co-first authors Mark McKenzie, Margherita Ghisi, and Ethan Oxley, and all co-authors. This one was a marathon!
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David F. Antoran Jul 18
Thrilled to announce that our work on how redox manipulation can be used to alter the of is out today
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Deborah Sweet Jul 11
My latest blog post: improvements to our STAR Methods section to further promote transparency & reproducibility
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Cell Stem Cell Jul 11
New paper from Foo & Xia Labs @ and Belmonte Lab : Generation of Human PSC-Derived Kidney with Patterned Nephron Segments and a De Novo Vascular Network
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Cell Stem Cell Jul 11
Online Now from Simón Méndez-Ferrer & Co :Remodeling of Bone Marrow Hematopoietic Stem Cell Niches Promotes Myeloid Cell Expansion during Premature or Physiological Aging
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Cell Stem Cell Jul 11
New Paper from Hai-Kun Liu & Co @ : GPD1 Specifically Marks Dormant Glioma Stem Cells with a Distinct Metabolic Profile
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ScaddenLab Jul 4
New paper from the lab out in ⁦⁩: Stress-Induced Changes in Bone Marrow Stromal Cell Populations Revealed through Single-Cell Protein Expression Mapping. Congrats to first author Nicolas Severe and all coauthors!
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Nicole Stone Jul 3
So excited to share our paper on cardiac , out today in Lots of hard work from my coauthor , all our authors, and more colleagues at the to make this happen!
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Casey Gifford Jul 3
So happy this work is finally published! Check out our efforts to uncover the epigenomic and transcriptional dynamics involved in cardiac reprogramming!
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Cell Press Jul 3
Download the free Cell Mentor Handbook: Getting Started as a Peer Reviewer
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Se Hoon Choi Jul 3
Is ’s Disease a Disorder? Dr. and I briefly discussed Tobin et al (Orly's Cell Stem Cell) and Moreno-Jiménez et al ('s Nat Med) papers.
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Cell Stem Cell Jul 3
Replying to @Novartis
Also Featured in this issue- From Jan Tchorz : YAP, but Not RSPO-LGR4/5, Signaling in Biliary Epithelial Cells Promotes a Ductular Reaction in Response to Liver Injury
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Cell Stem Cell Jul 3
Replying to @harvardstemcell
Continuing with this theme-our first Featured Article this issue is from Camargo & Co :Single-Cell Analysis of the Liver Epithelium Reveals Dynamic Heterogeneity and an Essential Role for YAP in Homeostasis and Regeneration: Cell Stem Cell
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Cell Stem Cell Jul 3
It's all about Yap in the liver! 3 papers in showcase injury&maintenance functions.1st from Lijian Hui &Co"A Homeostatic Arid1a-Dependent Permissive Chromatin State Licenses Hepatocyte Responsiveness to Liver-Injury-Associated YAP Signaling
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Cell Stem Cell Jul 3
Last up in this issue's trio on : From Li Qian & co: Single-Cell Transcriptomic Analyses of Cell Fate Transitions during Human Cardiac Reprogramming Online B4
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Cell Stem Cell Jul 3
More on Cardiac Reprogramming! A new paper from & co shows that "Context-Specific Transcription Factor Functions Regulate Epigenomic and Transcriptional Dynamics during Cardiac "
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Cell Stem Cell Jul 3
Online B4: From Eric Olson & Co : Cardiac Reprogramming Factors Synergistically Activate Genome-wide Cardiogenic Stage-Specific Enhancers
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