Stem cells and the impact of ROS signaling.

  title={Stem cells and the impact of ROS signaling.},
  author={Carolina Louz{\~a}o Bigarella and Raymond Liang and Saghi Ghaffari},
  volume={141 22},
An appropriate balance between self-renewal and differentiation is crucial for stem cell function during both early development and tissue homeostasis throughout life. Recent evidence from both pluripotent embryonic and adult stem cell studies suggests that this balance is partly regulated by reactive oxygen species (ROS), which, in synchrony with metabolism, mediate the cellular redox state. In this Primer, we summarize what ROS are and how they are generated in the cell, as well as their… CONTINUE READING
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