New protagonist in cell reprogramming discovered
from Centre for Genomic Regulation via Science Codex
The protein NANOG, a transcription factor, is key to maintaining stem cells in a pluripotent state. Researchers from the Centre for Genomic Regulation have been investigating the role of this protein, and have just published an article in the prestigious journal Cell Reports where they reveal the mechanism whereby NANOG acts. The scientists have discovered that NANOG involves other agents, and they have been able to detail their dynamics.
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