alexa Decoding the stem cell quiescence cycle - lessons from yeast for regenerative biology

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Decoding the stem cell quiescence cycle - lessons from yeast for regenerative biology

In the past decade, major advances have occurred in the understanding of mammalian stem cell biology, but roadblocks (including gaps in our fundamental understanding) remain in translating this knowledge to regenerative medicine. Interestingly, a close analysis of the Saccharomyces cerevisiae literature leads to an appreciation of how much yeast biology has contributed to the conceptual framework underpinning our understanding of stem cell behavior, to the point where such insights have been internalized into the realm of the known. These processes and events retain remarkable conservation and conceptual parallels in mammalian systems, and collectively suggest a regulated program beyond the cessation of cell division.

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Source Link: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26672015

 
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