Cell Stem Cell

ISSN: 1934-5909

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Cell Stem Cell, launched in 2007 by Cell Press, publishes research articles and review materials with a focus on stem cells. Working closely with authors, reviewers, and the scientific editorial board, the editorial staff maintains the high standards of a Cell Press journal in its mission to publish timely results of broad interest to the field. In keeping with Cell Press policies, editorial decisions at Cell Stem Cell are made independently by its in-house editorial staff, and Cell Stem Cell co It has an SJR impact factor of 8,86.

Cell Stem Cell focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: stem, cell, cells, human, reprogramming, epigenetic, pluripotent, hematopoietic, regulation, induced, ...

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Type of Copyright: CC BY


Open Access Policy: Open Choice

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stem, cell, cells, human, reprogramming, epigenetic, pluripotent, hematopoietic, regulation, induced, niche, somatic, progenitor, definitive, egfrdependent, embryonic, defines, controlretraction, directtoconsumer, cell’s, cellbased, cellebration, cellsa, clinics, colorectal, confers, control,

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A Bipotent Mesoderm Subset Identified via Colony-Forming Assay

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A New Cohesive Team to Mediate DNA Looping

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A Roundabout Way to the Niche

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A Web of Imprinting in Stem Cells

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Adult Muscle Stem Cells Avoid Death and Paxes

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Aging by Telomere Loss Can Be Reversed

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ALS Model Glia Can Mediate Toxicity to Motor Neurons Derived from Human Embryonic Stem Cells

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An Efficient and Reversible Transposable System for Gene Delivery and Lineage-Specific Differentiation in Human Embryonic Stem Cells

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An EZ Mark to Miss

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An Old Player on a New Playground: Bmi-1 as a Regulator of Prostate Stem Cells

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Another Horse in the Meta-Stable State of Pluripotency

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Apoptotic Caspases Regulate Induction of iPSCs from Human Fibroblasts

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Banking Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells: Lessons Learned from Embryonic Stem Cells?

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Cancer-Related Mutations Identified in Primed and Naive Human Pluripotent Stem Cells

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Cell-Based Therapies and Functional Outcome in Experimental Stroke

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Committing to a Hairy Fate: Epigenetic Regulation of Hair Follicle Stem Cells

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Conversion of Terminally Committed Hepatocytes to Culturable Bipotent Progenitor Cells with Regenerative Capacity

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Converting a Problem into an Opportunity: mtDNA Heteroplasmy Shift

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Converting Human Skin Cells to Neurons: A New Tool to Study and Treat Brain Disorders?

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Correcting CFTR: New Gene Editing Strategies for Rescuing CFTR Function Ex Vivo

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Different Flavors of Pluripotency, Molecular Mechanisms, and Practical Implications

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Direct In Vivo Reprogramming with Sendai Virus Vectors Improves Cardiac Function after Myocardial Infarction

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Direct Lineage Conversion of Terminally Differentiated Hepatocytes to Functional Neurons

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ELABELA Is an Endogenous Growth Factor that Sustains hESC Self-Renewal via the PI3K/AKT Pathway

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