reprogram

reprogram

or

reprogramme

vb (tr)
1. (Computer Science) to program (an electronic device) again or differently
2. (Electronics) to program (an electronic device) again or differently
3. finance US to redistribute or reassign (funds) to different programs, courses, causes etc
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The research project's aim is now to test a new immunotherapy in which the previously identified proteins will be used to reprogram tumour cells into cells that present tumour-specific antigens recognized by the immune system.
The new Mayo process combines those factors within the measles virus vector so the process happens in one step and all targeted cells have the potential to reprogram.
Now researchers at the University of Helsinki, Karolinska Institutet, and King's College London have been able to reprogram skin cells into pluripotent stem cells by activating the cell's own genes.
The ability to directly reprogram adult cells to a desirable fate demonstrates an immense potential of this powerful tool for tissue regeneration and replacement.
The prototype device, developed by a team of researchers at Ohio State University, uses a process called Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT) to reprogram skin cells to become vascular cells, which are vital to regulating healthy blood flow throughout the body.
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Similar to our results with VPA that reprograms PGCs even in normoxia in the absence of bFGF, another histone deacetylase (HDAC) inhibitor, trichostatin A (TSA) can reprogram PGCs into pluripotent EGCs also in the absence of bFGF [9].
Now that we have confirmed that it's possible to reprogram wound cells to a very early stage of development we need to study if they can turn into more mature cell types and then study them in our 3D models to see if they will improve healing of chronic wounds," said Behzad Gerami-Naini, Ph.D., first author on the study in Cellular Reprogramming and an assistant professor at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine.
With the technology, users can create integration-free iPSCs using synthetic RNA, reprogram efficiently and easily using a single transfection step and achieve controlled elimination of reprogramming factors, eliminating the multiple drawbacks of traditional RNA reprogramming methods.
This is managed by dosing the cells with a cocktail of four particular proteins that somehow reprogram the cell.
These results indicate that the Ascl1 and Nurr1 factors directly reprogram the somatic cells into neuronal cells without a NP-like cell stage, while NP-like cells appeared to be maintained for a period of time.