This Week in PLOS

In PLOS Genetics this week, Hebrew University researchers report on epigenetic shifts detected in human pluripotent stem cells through growth in cell culture. The team used methylation arrays and RNA sequencing to assess DNA methylation and expression, respectively, in low- and high-passage human pluripotent stem cell lines.

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