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Cell differentiation692Zelldifferenzierung

Apoptosis

Autophagy

Cell (Quiscence)

Cell (Reprogramming)

Cell cylce (BASKET)

Cell differentiation

Cell secretion (Cytoplasm to vacuole targeting pathway)

Chromatin

DNA (Methyltransferase)

Endoplasmic reticulum (ER phagy)

Epigenetics

Eye (Development)

EZH2

GATA binding protein 3

Gene silencing

Genetics (Insulator)

H5 histon

Hes1

Histone

HSP27

HSP70

HSP90

Ifng locus

Interleukin4

Klf4

KLF5

MENT

Mitophagy

Myelodysplastic syndrome

Neoplasia (Tumor biology and immunology)

Nucleus (Microautophagy)

P53

Pexophagy

Polycomb

Ribophagy

RNA (non coding)

STAT4

STAT6

Stem cell (Adult)

Stem cell (BASKET)

Stem cell (Induced pluripotential)

T bet

T cell (Th1)

TAZ

1966  
1
2002  
2
Differentiation therapy for myelodysplastic syndrome.
[11948096] Clin Cancer Res 8(4): 939-41 (2002)
1993  
3
Differentiation therapy of cancer: laboratory and clinical investigations.
[8358740] Cancer Res 53(17): 4109-15 (1993)
1991  
4
Cell culture models of differentiation.
[2001788] FASEB J 5(3): 287-94 (1991)
1990  
5
The role of differentiation in the suppression of malignancy.
[2258391] J Cell Sci 97 ( Pt 1)(-): 5-10 (1990)
2004  
6
Form follows function: The genomic organization of cellular differentiation.
[15198979] Genes Dev 18(12): 1371-84 (2004)
1971  
7
Somatic hybridization as a tool for the study of differentiation: a review.
[5167134] Biochem J 124(5): 39P (1971)
1997  
8
Chromosome changes in cell differentiation.
[9135996] Genetics 146(1): 1-8 (1997)
1995  
9
Chromosome behavior in cell differentiation: a field ripe for exploration?
[8582626] Genetics 141(3): 799-804 (1995)
2010  
10
Controlling destiny through chemistry: small-molecule regulators of cell fate.
[20000447] ACS Chem Biol 5(1): 15-34 (2010)
2009  
11
Totipotency, pluripotency and nuclear reprogramming.
[19343304] Adv Biochem Eng Biotechnol 114(-): 185-99 (2009)
2010  
12
Cellular phenotype switching and microvesicles.
[20558219] Adv Drug Deliv Rev 62(12): 1141-8 (2010)
2008  
13
Controlled differentiation of stem cells.
[18006108] Adv Drug Deliv Rev 60(2): 199-214 (2008)
2011  
14
The roles of EZH2 in cell lineage commitment.
[21654879] Am J Transl Res 3(3): 243-50 (2011)
2006  
15
TAZ: a beta-catenin-like molecule that regulates mesenchymal stem cell differentiation.
[16397409] Cell Cycle 5(2): 176-9 (2006)
2007  
16
Interweaving the cell cycle machinery with cell differentiation.
[18000404] Cell Cycle 6(23): 2932-8 (2007)
2010  
17
2007  
18
Mechanisms controlling cell cycle exit upon terminal differentiation.
[18035529] Curr Opin Cell Biol 19(6): 697-704 (2007)
2010  
19
Lineage programming: navigating through transient regulatory states via binary decisions.
[20537527] Curr Opin Genet Dev 20(4): 362-8 (2010)
2004  
20
Transcriptional control of epidermal specification and differentiation.
[15380238] Curr Opin Genet Dev 14(5): 485-91 (2004)
2009  
21
Micromanaging oligodendrocyte differentiation by noncoding RNA: toward a better understanding of the lineage commitment process.
[19403803] J Neurosci 29(17): 5365-6 (2009)
2011  
22
Polycomb-mediated repression during terminal differentiation: what don't you want to be when you grow up?
[21576260] Genes Dev 25(10): 997-1003 (2011)
2009  
23
Epigenetics and T helper 1 differentiation.
[19178593] Immunology 126(3): 299-305 (2009)
2007  
24
Defined reprogramming: a vehicle for changing the differentiated state.
[17662067] Differentiation 75(7): 577-9 (2007)
2007  
25
Apoptosis versus cell differentiation: role of heat shock proteins HSP90, HSP70 and HSP27.
[19164900] Prion 1(1): 53-60 (2007)
2010  
26
p53 connects tumorigenesis and reprogramming to pluripotency.
[20876313] J Exp Med 207(10): 2045-8 (2010)
2009  
27
Chromatin insulators: lessons from the fly.
[19752045] Brief Funct Genomic Proteomic 8(4): 276-82 (2009)
2009  
28
Krüppel-like factors 4 and 5: unity in diversity.
[20514221] Curr Genomics 10(8): 594-603 (2009)
2010  
29
Nuclear reprogramming to a pluripotent state by three approaches.
[20535199] Nature 465(7299): 704-12 (2010)
2010  
30
Chromatin remodelling during development.
[20110991] Nature 463(7280): 474-84 (2010)
2010  
31
Hijacking HES1: how tumors co-opt the anti-differentiation strategies of quiescent cells.
[20022559] Trends Mol Med 16(1): 17-26 (2010)
2010  
32
Epigenetic regulatory mechanisms in vertebrate eye development and disease.
[20179734] Heredity (Edinb) 105(1): 135-51 (2010)
2010  
33
Chromatin structure with respect to histone signature changes during cell differentiation.
[20424340] Cell Struct Funct 35(1): 31-44 (2010)
2009  
34
Analysis of epigenetic alterations to chromatin during development.
[19603511] Genesis 47(8): 559-72 (2009)
2009  
35
Transcription-factor-mediated epigenetic control of cell fate and lineage commitment.
[19234518] Biochem Cell Biol 87(1): 1-6 (2009)
2011  
36
Chromatin compaction in terminally differentiated avian blood cells: the role of linker histone H5 and non-histone protein MENT.
[21656257] Chromosome Res 19(5): 579-90 (2011)
2011  
37
Transcriptional repressors, corepressors and chromatin modifying enzymes in T cell development.
[21163671] Cytokine 53(3): 271-81 (2011)
2011  
38
Initial cell type choice in Dictyostelium.
[21148754] Eukaryot Cell 10(2): 150-5 (2011)
2010  
39
Histone acetylation and its role in embryonic stem cell differentiation.
[21607129] World J Stem Cells 2(6): 121-6 (2010)

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