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Post-transcriptional regulation of the pluripotent state

Pluripotency describes the developmental capacity to give rise to all cell types in the adult body. A comprehensive understanding of the molecular mechanisms that regulate pluripotency is important for both basic and translational research. While earlier studies mostly focused on signaling pathways, transcriptional regulation, and epigenetic modifications, recent investigations showed that RNA binding proteins, RNA processing machineries, and regulatory RNA molecules also play essential roles. Here, we provide a concise review on the latest findings and developments in post-transcriptional regulation of the pluripotent state.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S0959437X17300217

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