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Mouse - Embryonic Etem cell regulation
Core transcriptional regulatory circuitry in pluripotent mouse ESCs.
Recent papers have demonstrated a role for Krüppel-like transcription factors 2, 4 and 5 in the control of mouse embryonic stem cell pluripotency. However, it is not clear whether each factor has a unique role or whether they are functionally redundant. A paper by Parisi and colleagues in BMC Biology now sheds light on the mechanism by which Klf5 regulates pluripotency.
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See article BMC Biol.
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