Current perspectives in Set7 mediated stem cell differentiation
AbstractSet7 is a key regulatory enzyme involved in the methylation of lysine residues of histone and non-histone proteins. This lysine methyltransferase is induced during stem cell differentiation and regulates lineage specific gene transcription and cell fate. In this article we discuss recent experimental evidence identifying regulatory targets under the control of Set7 as well as emerging evidence of regulation in stem cell differentiation. Furthermore, we discuss the function of non-coding RNAs regulated by Set7 implicated in cell plasticity. View Full-Text
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Karimnia, N.; Rafehi, H.; Tuano, N.K.; Ziemann, M.; K.N, H.; Okabe, J.; El-Osta, A. Current perspectives in Set7 mediated stem cell differentiation. Non-Coding RNA 2016, 2, 14.
Karimnia N, Rafehi H, Tuano NK, Ziemann M, K.N H, Okabe J, El-Osta A. Current perspectives in Set7 mediated stem cell differentiation. Non-Coding RNA. 2016; 2(4):14.Chicago/Turabian Style
Karimnia, Nazanin; Rafehi, Haloom; Tuano, Natasha K.; Ziemann, Mark; K.N, Harikrishnan; Okabe, Jun; El-Osta, Assam. 2016. "Current perspectives in Set7 mediated stem cell differentiation." Non-Coding RNA 2, no. 4: 14.
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