When the Search for Stemness Genes Meets the Skin Substitute Bioengineering Field: KLF4 Transcription Factor under the Light

2020-10-14 15:48:33 UTC 0 Comments

We would like to congratulate Drs Nicolas Fortunel and Michèle Martin for their two perspective papers entitled "Gènes stemness et bioingénierie des greffons cutanés - Focus sur KLF4 [When stemness genes meet skin graft bioengineering: focus on KLF4]" and "When the Search for Stemness Genes Meets the Skin Substitute Bioengineering Field: KLF4 Transcription Factor under the Light." and respectively published in Médecine/Sciences and Cells. These papers highlight the work recently published in Nature Biomedical Engineering entitled KLF4 inhibition promotes the expansion of keratinocyte precursors from adult human skin and of embryonic-stem-cell-derived keratinocytes. In this study, Altrabio contributed to the analysis of RNAseq data as well as impacted signaling pathway building.

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