About this Research Topic
Stem cells are the building blocks of every organism. They are unique in that they self-renew and once prompted they differentiate into specialized progeny. Thus, they hold immense promise for applications in regenerative medicine.
Stem Cell Programming and Reprogramming Research Topic solicits reviews and innovative original scientific contributions from all areas of the Stem Cell Biology field, including, but not limited to, ESC and iPSC biology, tissue-specific stem cell biology, cancer stem cell biology, organogenesis, organ regeneration, self-renewal, asymmetric cell division, differentiation, stress, physical biology and applied mathematics, signalling, pluripotency, multipotency, epigenetics, gene regulation, development and direct lineage reprogramming.
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