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Computer simulations visualize how DNA is recognized to convert cells into stem cells

February 14, 2020

Researchers of the Hubrecht Institute (KNAW - The Netherlands) and the Max Planck Institute in Münster have revealed how an essential protein helps to activate genomic DNA during the conversion of regular adult human cells into stem cells. Their findings are published in the Biophysical Journal.

Stem cells, streamlined - Top Technical Advancements 2019

'The Scientist' chose the recent work of Sergiy Velychko and colleagues from the Department of Hans Schöler as one of four Top Technical Advancements 2019

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