Use of somatic cell fusion to reprogram globin genes.

Abstract

The developmental phenomenon of hemoglobin switching occurs in all classes of vertebrates and is due to differential regulation of divergent globin genes which are arranged in chromosomally clustered families. By fusing erythroid cells of different developmental programs, it has been shown that erythroid nuclei of either early or late developmental stage… (More)

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