Bulls-eye! Here are some stem cell weekend reads including both interesting new papers & news headlines.
Of course, this week also had stem cell awareness day and I wrote about 10 key issues for the field for the coming 10 years!
- Chromatin and Single-Cell RNA-Seq Profiling Reveal Dynamic Signaling and Metabolic Transitions during Human
- A simple and versatile system for the ATP-dependent assembly of chromatin
- Genetic Evolution of Glioblastoma Stem‐like Cells from Primary to Recurrent Tumor
- MYC Controls Human Pluripotent Stem Cell Fate Decisions through Regulation of Metabolic Flux
- Targeting neuronal activity-regulated neuroligin-3 dependency in high-grade glioma
- Gene Editing in Rat Embryonic Stem Cells to Produce In VitroModels and In Vivo Reporters
- The Elongation Factor Spt6 Maintains ESC Pluripotency by Controlling Super-Enhancers and Counteracting Polycomb Proteins
- Stem cell baldness cure? USC stem cell scientists developing a new cure-all for baldness
- Most versatile ever?! Most versatile stem cell ever may help us understand miscarriage
- Paolo Macchiarini dodges a bullet. Sweden won’t prosecute Italian stem cell scientist
- This thing’s name is kinda cringy Scientists create ‘tooth cracker’ device to harvest stem cells
- You got guts kid. Scientists used human stem cells to build a new rat intestine
- Indian government bans some stem cell banking. Govt bans commercial banking of stem cells
Did I miss any of your stem cell weekend reads? Let us know in the comments.