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Type: Journal article
Title: Intestinal stem cell aging signature reveals a reprogramming strategy to enhance regenerative potential
Author: Nefzger, C.M.
Jardé, T.
Srivastava, A.
Schroeder, J.
Rossello, F.J.
Horvay, K.
Prasko, M.
Paynter, J.M.
Chen, J.
Weng, C.-F.
Sun, Y.B.Y.
Liu, X.
Chan, E.
Deshpande, N.
Chen, X.
Li, Y.J.
Pflueger, J.
Engel, R.M.
Knaupp, A.S.
Tsyganov, K.
et al.
Citation: npj Regenerative Medicine, 2022; 7(1):31-1-31-8
Publisher: Springer Science and Business Media LLC
Issue Date: 2022
ISSN: 2057-3995
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Christian M. Nefzger, Thierry Jardé, Akanksha Srivastava, Jan Schroeder, Fernando J. Rossello, Katja Horvay, Mirsada Prasko, Jacob M. Paynter, Joseph Chen, Chen-Fang Weng, Yu B. Y. Sun, Xiaodong Liu, Eva Chan, Nikita Deshpande, Xiaoli Chen, Y. Jinhua Li, Jahnvi Pflueger, Rebekah M. Engel, Anja S. Knaupp, Kirill Tsyganov, Susan K. Nilsson, Ryan Lister, Owen J. L. Rackham, Helen E. Abud, and Jose M. Polo
Abstract: The impact of aging on intestinal stem cells (ISCs) has not been fully elucidated. In this study, we identified widespread epigenetic and transcriptional alterations in old ISCs. Using a reprogramming algorithm, we identified a set of key transcription factors (Egr1, Irf1, FosB) that drives molecular and functional differences between old and young states. Overall, by dissecting the molecular signature of aged ISCs, our study identified transcription factors that enhance the regenerative capacity of ISCs.
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DOI: 10.1038/s41536-022-00226-7
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