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Human embryonic stem cells (hESCs), characterized by self-renewal and pluripotency, may provide some insights into fundamental biological processes and disease modeling, thus opening the door to many important applications such as regenerative medicine and pharmaceutical development. Therefore, it is imperative to understand the roles of ABCG2 in mediating hESC pluripotency, cellular homeostasis, and cell fate commitments. We should point out that although hESC growth in vitro provides a functional cell resource for regenerative medicine, it remains unclear whether differentiated cells from hESCs in vitro are physiologically relevant when compared with mammalian cells in vivo. With regard to this issue, we should be aware of the possibility that hESCs cultured in vitro may not completely reflect the physiological status of ABCG2 in vivo.
Lost in Translation: Regulation of ABCG2 Expression in Human Embryonic Stem Cells- Michael M. Gottesman
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Last date updated on June, 2014