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  • Cell Research
    Scholarship programs personnel exchange programs and joint scientific activities are included Selection Process 1 The awards will be issued on a yearly basis Award winners are selected from papers published in Cell Research in the previous year 2 Nomination for the awards will be solicited from Cell Research Editorial Board members and Principal Investigators PIs of IBCB and SIBS The nomination finalists include 5 candidates for the outstanding original paper award and 3 candidates for the outstanding review award 3 The Selection Committee will then select final award winners from these candidates The Selection Committee is composed basically by the SIBS and Sanofi Steering committee and the EIC or the Deputy EIC on behalf of the EIC Sanofi holds the possibility for adding 1 nomination for either Paper Award or Review Award Sanofi office will monitor the voting process and produce a voting record The final recipients list should be finalized no later than the end of July 4 The EIC or the Deputy EIC on behalf of the EIC will write to the corresponding authors to inform them of their winning of the Sanofi Cell Research Outstanding Paper award and invite them to attend the Award Ceremony later in the year A formal invitation letter will be issued by the IBCB to those coming to the ceremony Announcement Ribosome biogenesis is critical in the growth of eukaryotic cells in which the synthesis of precursor ribosomal RNA is the first and rate limiting step Here we show that human PIH1 domain containing protein 1 PIH1 interacts directly with histone H4 and recruits the Brg1 SWI SNF complex via SNF5 to human rRNA genes Ribosome biogenesis is critical in the growth of eukaryotic cells in which the synthesis of precursor ribosomal RNA is the first and rate limiting step Here we

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  • Cell Research
    University of Illinois Urbana Champaign University of Notre Dame University of Iowa Washington University in St Louis University of California San Diego University of Maryland College Park Vanderbilt University University of California Davis New York University University of California Irvine Tulane University University of Rochester Michigan State University University of California Santa Barbara Miami University Oxford University of Florida Boston University Rutgers New Brunswick Tufts University George Washington University SUNY Stony Brook Brandeis University Iowa State University Syracuse University Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute University of Missouri Columbia University of California Santa Cruz Texas A M University College Station University of Oregon University of Kansas University of Georgia University of Pittsburgh University of Massachusetts Amherst Boston College Virginia Tech Arizona State University Case Western Reserve University Wake Forest University Baylor University Florida State University SUNY University at Buffalo University of Alabama North Carolina State University Raleigh Washington State University University of Kentucky University of California Riverside University of Illinois Chicago University of Oklahoma University of Connecticut Pepperdine University University of South Carolina Columbia University of Delaware Auburn University University of Vermont University of Miami Clemson University George Mason University University of Nebraska Lincoln Colorado State University Oregon State University University of Tennessee Knoxville Illinois Institute of Technology University of New Mexico University of Utah SUNY Binghamton Yeshiva University Lehigh University Fordham University Southern Methodist University Brigham Young University Provo Ohio University American Medical Schools Johns Hopkins University Cornell University Weill NY University of North Carolina Chapel Hill Boston University University of California San Diego University of Virginia University of Pennsylvania University of Pittsburgh University of Wisconsin Madison Duke University Vanderbilt University Mayo Medical School University of Washington University of Chicago Pritzker Emory University Stanford University Case Western Reserve University University of Arizona University of Michigan University of Illinois Chicago Northwestern University Feinberg

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  • Cell Research
    Asia Poster Award For Author For Referee Open Access Journal Institute Society CR NPG Editorial Office Resources Journals Journals Cell Nature Science GENE DEV J CELL BIOL EMBO J Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Journals in China J INTEGR PLANT BIOL Sci Bull Submission Advanced Online Publication Current Issue Top 10 Cell Discovery This journal is a member of and subscribes to the principles of the Committee on

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  • Cell Research
    during the conference and published at the CSH Asia website Each year the award sponsorship coveres one or more selected conferences in the CSH Asia conference series in Suzhou China Figures Epigenetics Chromatin Transcription Sponsored by Cell Research Wulan Deng The Children s Hospital of Philadelphia USA Jie Ren Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory USA Erin A Clark Harvard Medical School USA Jee In Kim Kyungpook National University Korea Liangyu Liu

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  • Cell Research
    Office 31B 401 R 319 Yueyang Road Shanghai 200031 China Tel 86 21 54920953 Fax 86 21 54920952 E mail cellres sibs ac cn Lei Cheng Managing Editor E mail lcheng sibs ac cn Any queries with respect to manuscript handling procedure please contact the editorial office at 86 21 54920953 86 21 54922841 or send an email to cellres sibs ac cn Submission Advanced Online Publication Current Issue Top

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  • Cell Research
    mechanisms Cell transplantation therapies for spinal cord injury focusing on induced pluripotent stem cells Masaya Nakamura 1 and Hideyuki Okano 2 Cell Research 2013 23 70 80 doi 10 1038 cr 2012 171 published online 11 December 2012 Full Text PDF Stimulated by the 2012 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine awarded for Shinya Yamanaka and Sir John Gurdon there is an increasing interest in the induced pluripotent stem iPS cells and reprograming technologies in medical science While iPS cells are expected to open a new era providing enormous opportunities in biomedical sciences in terms of cell therapies and regenerative medicine safety related concerns for iPS cell based cell therapy should be resolved prior to the clinical application of iPS cells In this review the pre clinical investigations of cell therapy for spinal cord injury SCI using neural stem progenitor cells derived from iPS cells and their safety issues in vivo are outlined We also wish to discuss the strategy for the first human trails of iPS cell based cell therapy for SCI patients Chemical approaches to studying stem cell biology Wenlin Li 1 Kai Jiang 2 Wanguo Wei 3 Yan Shi 4 and Sheng Ding 2 Cell Research 2013 23 81 91 doi 10 1038 cr 2012 182 published online 25 December 2012 Full Text PDF Stem cells including both pluripotent stem cells and multipotent somatic stem cells hold great potential for interrogating the mechanisms of tissue development homeostasis and pathology and for treating numerous devastating diseases Establishment of in vitro platforms to faithfully maintain and precisely manipulate stem cell fates is essential to understand the basic mechanisms of stem cell biology and to translate stem cells into regenerative medicine Chemical approaches have recently provided a number of small molecules that can be used to control cell self renewal lineage differentiation reprogramming and regeneration These chemical modulators have been proven to be versatile tools for probing stem cell biology and manipulating cell fates toward desired outcomes Ultimately this strategy is promising to be a new frontier for drug development aimed at endogenous stem cell modulation ORIGINAL ARTICLES Zscan4 promotes genomic stability during reprogramming and dramatically improves the quality of iPS cells as demonstrated by tetraploid complementation Jing Jiang 1 Wenjian Lv 1 Xiaoying Ye 2 Lingbo Wang 1 Man Zhang 1 Hui Yang 1 Maja Okuka 3 Chikai Zhou 1 Xuan Zhang 1 Lin Liu 2 and Jinso Cell Research 2013 23 92 106 doi 10 1038 cr 2012 157 published online 13 November 2012 Full Text PDF Induced pluripotent stem iPS cells generated using Yamanaka factors have great potential for use in autologous cell therapy However genomic abnormalities exist in human iPS cells and most mouse iPS cells are not fully pluripotent as evaluated by the tetraploid complementation assay TCA this is most likely associated with the DNA damage response DDR occurred in early reprogramming induced by Yamanaka factors In contrast nuclear transfer can faithfully reprogram somatic cells into embryonic stem ES cells that satisfy the TCA We

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  • Cell Research
    Author For Referee Open Access Journal Institute Society CR NPG Editorial Office Home News The 8th Guangzhou International Conference on Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine 2015 10 27 This journal is a member of and subscribes to the principles of

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  • Cell Research
    Access Journal Institute Society CR NPG Editorial Office The 8th Guangzhou International Conference on Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine 2015 10 27 The 8th Guangzhou International Conference on Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine This journal is a member of and

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