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In an advance, online publication of Nature this week, a bicoastal research collaboration led by investigators in Boston reports on the significance of the "epigenetic memory" of induced pluripotent stem cells. Specifically, iPSCs "derived by factor-based reprogramming of adult murine tissues harbor residual DNA methylation signatures characteristic of their somatic tissue of origin, which favors their differentiation along lineages related to the donor cell, while restricting alternative cell fates," the authors write.

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