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Epigenetics

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Epigenetics is the study, in the field of genetics, of cellular and physiological phenotypic trait ... Epigenesis in the context of biology refers to the differentiation of cells from .... is not al...

MB Ch 18 - Biology 1010 with Demers at Florida Gulf Coast ...

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Apr 4, 2013 ... StudyBlue is not affiliated with, sponsored by or endorsed by the academic .... Differentiation of cells is not easily reversible because it involves.

Differentiation Requires Continuous Active Control - Annual Reviews

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down unneeded genes in a given cell lineage so that they do not need active consideration ... Under active control, an easily reversible regulatory decision would be made for each gene ... an active mechanism of gene regulation, because they show that tissue ..... Another cellular memory mechanism involves auto catalytic ...

Neurogenesis in Embryos and in Adult Neural Stem Cells

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Feb 1, 2002 ... How the differentiated cell types that comprise the vertebrate CNS ... to the formation of neuroepithelial cells involve inductive events that underlie axis determination. ... cases, but because of functional redundancy it is not straightforward ... expression by autoactivation, this state is easily reversible by simply...

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC): Identification, Proliferation ... - PeerJ

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Dec 11, 2013 ... cell differentiation into, many types like osteoblasts, adipocytes, and chondrocytes. ... adult tissues, and easily developed and restore. ... fibroblast-like CD34 stem cells in vitro and their possible reversible ... Reproducible differentiation of human embryonic stem cells (hESCs) into MSCs does not require.

Glycolysis: Process of Glucose Utilization and Homeostasis

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Feb 10, 2016 ... This reaction is not readily reversible because of its large positive free energy ( ΔG<sup>0'</sup> = +5.4 ... that involves ATP and yet is reversible under normal cell conditions. .... PKM1 is found in numerous normal differentiated tissues, whereas, PKM2 is ..... These erythrocytes have a short half-life due to easy lysis.

PDF (3 MB) - Cell

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Mar 10, 2016 ... CRISPRi knockdown is efficient, tunable, and reversible in .... tools for targeting single alleles, they cannot be easily used for ... loss-of-function phenotypes in iPSCs and differentiated cell ... cytometry and western blots did not detect dCas9- KRAB or ... We selected NANOG as our first target gene because.

The design of reversible hydrogels to capture extracellular matrix ...

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Feb 2, 2016 ... However, for many applications — for example, cell differentiation ... Figure 1: Biological extracellular matrix and synthetic strategies involving reversible chemistries. ... Although these dynamic chemistries do not fully capture the .... easy to manipulate because their rate of diffusion within a hydrogel is fast.

Leukemia - Target for cancer therapy: proliferating cells or stem cells

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Dec 15, 2005 ... And therapy fails not because it eliminates only proliferating tumor cells, but ... (c) terminal cells: either resting differentiated cells or apoptotic cells (Figure 1). ... be easily selected, yet stem cells are intrinsically resistant to therapy that kills ... involving stem cells and may suppress the re-emergence of...

Chapter 26: Extrapyramidal disorders

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The gamma motor system probably is not involved because cutting the dorsal ... be differentiated from the tremor of cerebellar damage, which is not present until the .... Unfortunately the choreiform abnormalities are not so easily reversible and may ... involving the striatum, particularly the small-cell population (the large-cell  ...

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The Molecular Genetic Mechanisms That Create Specialized Cell ...

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We have seen that cell differentiation in higher eucaryotes usually occurs without detectable changes in DNA sequence. ... Not all involve DNA inversion. ... Because they are so easy to grow and to manipulate genetically, yeasts have ... The change is reversible because, although the original gene at the MAT locus is  ...

cell - The process of differentiation | biology | Britannica.com

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Aug 27, 2014 ... Thus, cell differentiation is an essential and ongoing process at all ... to represent a reversible type of commitment and as “determination” ... In particular, cells in specification states are usually not stable over ... The final stage of differentiation often involves the formation of several types of differentiated...

Clonogenic multipotent stem cells in human adipose tissue ...

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Aug 8, 2006 ... Importantly, smooth muscle-differentiated cells, but not their ... subject of intense research in the field of cellular therapeutics involving these tissues. ... source of smooth muscle cells (SMC) because smooth muscle biopsies of ..... the gel disk to produce positional markers in easily distinguishable patterns to ...