Cellular Plasticity and Reprogramming

Cell plasticity is the ability to assume different cellular phenotypes interchangeably that has widely been studied in the context of development, and wound repair. The transformation between cellular phenotypes is often regulated by environmental clues triggered during stress, promoting a mesenchymal state to aid in cell survival and tissue repair. Cellular plasticity underlines regeneration regardless of the source of the regenerative cells. Cell reprogramming refers to the process of reverting mature, specialised cells into induced pluripotent stem cells. Cell Reprogramming also refers to the deletion and re-establishment of epigenetic marks during mammalian germ cell development.

  • Stem Cell Plasticity
  • Cellular Plasticity in Tissue Homeostasis
  • Autophagy in Cell Fate Plasticity
  • Potentials of Cellular Reprogramming
  • Case studies

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