skin stem cells name


Only the epidermis can be replaced with this method; the new skin has no hair follicles, sweat glands or sebaceous glands. 00:12:44.04 the possible treatment of diabetes. 00:00:50.28 How does that happen? 00:09:17.21 The stem cells only divide relatively sparingly in most situations. 00:08:33.04 And it does so in a very important way. 00:38:59.02 And when you think about cases where patients have both eyes that are blinded by some industrial burn, 00:24:46.20 We know that there are the transcription factors in purple, a variety of different transcription factors 00:46:23.17 that remain open in skin stem cells long after the inflammation has resolved. 00:42:59.04 to resemble these types of diseases all of a sudden gives scientists the first ability, now, 00:07:55.06 which also succeeded because of the addition of the fibroblast feeder layer. 00:35:43.04 And eccrine sweat glands are what allows us, what allows our body, to thermoregulate. 00:40:38.00 So, these genes turn out to be also the genes that are most important in maintaining 00:05:06.08 I was just fascinated by his lecture. 00:05:50.11 It looks pretty good compared to normal human skin epidermis. 126(4):663-76. Find out about stem cells and stem cell research, Resources and activities for educational settings, Current and potential stem cell therapies. 00:22:54.04 that stimulate those stem cells to be able to make hair, but also to be able to make epidermis By developing methods to identify the stem cells that will lead to cancer, Fuchs’ lab has been able to study how these cells differ from normal skin stem cells. 00:42:19.08 so many steps involved, and are seemingly, for the public, so slow. 00:01:55.09 will lead to cancers and tumors. 00:07:07.00 Howard Green's pioneering work. 00:42:48.02 Sudden... sudden death syndrome. 00:40:15.18 He started with human embryonic stem cells. Your email address will not be published. 00:21:39.26 And using that technology, we were able to clone, effectively, and create healthy mice. 00:03:58.15 They'll also generate the hair follicles. 00:27:41.10 and that keeps the stem cells in quiescence, because Wnt is typically a proliferation-associated factor. 00:10:29.28 And at this point, the blastocyst has a group of cells which are called inner cell mass cells. In multicellular organisms, stem cells are undifferentiated or partially differentiated cells that can differentiate into various types of cells and proliferate indefinitely to produce more of the same stem cell. 00:21:15.04 And when we activated beta-catenin in the mouse skin, what we got is this super furry mouse, 00:23:29.00 We call this phenomenon stem cell plasticity, and it's something that we see in 00:45:29.05 And what we learned from our studies is that they respond, and they activate new genes. 00:04:20.07 So, skin stem cells provide the nearly endless supply of cells that replenish the epidermis 00:21:57.17 It's an international laboratory of researchers from around the world who get together 00:42:52.12 Muscular dystrophy. Generation of germline-competent induced pluripotent stem cells. 00:04:46.12 We called them keratinocytes, epidermal keratinocytes. 00:17:58.27 And they can be created in culture, with no womb required. 00:43:19.21 And it turns out that we can take advantage of that. 00:41:15.02 were working on developing more and more pancreatic beta islet cells in culture, other scientists 00:15:02.24 and also in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industry. 00:12:05.06 So, why is this important? 00:04:15.10 that are the origins of the stem cells of our adult skin. 521(7552):366-70. 00:16:50.24 that are resistant with, perhaps, TGF-beta inhibitor drugs or antibodies, and then hit the tumor 00:07:07.06 all of that culturing is a bad thing for these human epidermal stem cells. 00:39:40.03 hair follicle stem cells. 00:24:13.05 of our body without some manipulation. 00:35:02.02 a sweat gland bud. 00:49:43.11 active version of STAT3, along with the epidermal stem cell factors. TGF-β promotes heterogeneity and drug resistance in squamous cell carcinoma. 00:37:17.14 Remarkably, now... it's now possible to be able to study these peripheral sensory neurons, 00:18:59.07 just in the amniotic sac, the fluid that the embryo is bathing in. 00:31:35.08 They'll differentiate so that the melanocyte cells will now begin producing pigment, 00:09:47.08 several different tissues of our body. 00:27:21.28 Interestingly, when we knocked out TCF3 and 4, even though it was necessary 00:26:31.05 therapies that I've just mentioned? 00:41:37.03 basically attacking their own beta cells. The ability to replace, instead of simply repairing, damaged skin cells is becoming more of a possibility with the advancements in plant stem cell technology. 00:23:11.23 and you put them into culture, now the stem cells kind of forget what they were supposed to do 00:06:17.21 They express transforming growth factor alpha, a growth stimulator Some epithelial cells cultured from skin exhibit prodigious proliferative potential; in fact, for >20 years now, cultured human skin has been used as a source of new skin to engraft onto damaged areas of burn patients, representing one of the first therapeutic uses of stem cells. 00:21:59.00 from one of these somatic cell nuclear transfer experiments. 00:47:56.12 shown in gray, there's no epigenetic marks. Any opinion, finding, conclusion, or recommendation expressed in these videos are solely those of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of iBiology, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, or other iBiology funders. 00:05:10.06 And then cultured those cells, grew sheets of epidermis, and then grafted those cells Only a few clinical centres are able to carry out the treatment successfully, and it is an expensive process. 00:05:50.22 the squamous cell carcinoma cells. 00:15:39.10 Well, now it's possible to differentiate the embryonic stem cells not only into a neuron 00:12:12.00 are those shown in red. 00:42:13.09 So, the first studies that were done were on embryonic stem cells. 00:09:13.28 that have the ability to generate the bulk of the tissue. Clinical applications of epidermal stem cells. 00:11:24.02 And it also was doubtful that whole-body regenerative medicine would be possible to correct 00:16:51.22 And we know that the tissue stem cells reside at the interface between the epidermis 00:14:41.05 and... and promise for the future. 00:19:25.04 how to generate neurons, pancreatic islet cells, muscle cells, for treating human disorders and injuries. 00:06:15.06 in the patient's bad skin. 00:32:12.04 because they reside in the same niche. 00:10:23.11 So, this gene therapy of epidermal stem cells required only a very few number of stem cells 00:15:49.26 There are hundreds of different types of neurons in the body. 00:47:05.24 the genes to be poised so that the genes can now be activated again, and activated quicker, 00:20:41.13 Who are the tumor suppressors? 00:17:56.24 only egg and sperm. Skin is a very important tissue in our bodies. 00:24:31.19 -- turning on some genes and turning off others. 00:02:10.02 and they produce a differentiated tissue, such as the epidermis or the hair. 00:04:24.15 These cells were rapidly dividing in culture. The dermis lies underneath the epidermis and contains skin appendages: hair follicles, sebaceous (oil) glands and sweat glands. 00:18:35.17 use of fertilized eggs for in vitro fertilization is one thing, but the use for research is 00:05:09.18 And I knew then that I wanted to become a stem cell biologist. 00:28:12.22 the skin cell to behave as if it was an embryonic stem cell. 00:11:50.05 And this boy may be able to at least live a relatively normal life. 00:31:04.21 the hair follicle stem cells reside in the same niche, and they respond to similar signals. 00:44:45.00 in the unwounded skin there's no activity. 00:29:40.09 It's just that our skin cells turn off these genes. 00:07:50.02 By taking stem cells from the healthy eye, culturing those cells, and producing a sheet 00:07:39.01 There are blood vessels. 00:11:23.16 And it involves a factor called NRF2. Takahashi K, Tanabe K, Ohnuki M, Narita M, Ichisaka T, Tomoda K, Yamanaka S. (2007) Induction of pluripotent stem cells from adult human fibroblasts by defined factors. 00:03:08.06 the adult. 00:02:55.28 And to understand why, we need to study the biology of adult tissue stem cells. 00:31:23.23 But at the early embryonic state, both X chromosomes are activated, and in the induction... 00:28:31.14 And I'll give you one example, and that is from BMP signaling, which I told you is important 00:02:06.21 -- that's a process known as self-renewal -- A new, innovative anti-aging skincare ingredient that restores your skin's youthful complexion. 00:15:12.22 show nuclear red -- TGF-beta is on and signaling in those cells -- 00:19:15.02 Sonic hedgehog then acts in two ways, which we learned from conditional knockout 00:18:45.15 of development, right after gastrulation, with her pups, and basically use ultrasound 00:47:34.16 long after the inflammation has resolved. 00:17:12.14 a niche microenvironment that's very different from that of the hair follicle stem cells The skin and its structure: The skin has three main layers - the epidermis, dermis and subcutis. 00:17:14.11 But there are many mutations, genetic mutations, that exist within these human squamous cell carcinomas, 00:15:00.10 And you can see that if we co-culture the TGF-beta receptor positive and negative cells 00:42:45.09 Huntington's disease. 00:17:16.28 So, what are the ethical issues involved? 00:13:49.00 They are if we're healthy. 00:20:23.28 once the hair cycle is begun and gets going, it's essentially the short-lived progenitors 00:32:48.04 I've talked about genetic changes, the integration of the DNA of the active genes, 00:44:02.23 the biology of stem cells, in this case the hair follicle stem cells. 00:36:32.27 Now scientists have been making, initially, neurons, but now many different types of cells 00:05:09.13 of these transcription factors is critical with regards to altered, 00:27:32.23 is a burst of hair growth. 00:23:37.02 What happened at the biological level? 00:15:14.02 microenvironments. For the case of skin care, stem cells of the adult origin are used. Cell. 00:30:27.01 sustained ectopic expression of these transcription factors. 00:01:49.22 They're there for the long haul, so they can acquire the mutations that ultimately 00:45:04.16 its program of gene expression if it's going to repair a wound versus if it's just going to replace 00:50:03.26 other epithelial, stem cells that bear the brunt of inflammation. 00:36:02.17 sweat glands over their body surface. 2015 Feb 26;160(5):963-976. 00:15:37.18 What are scientists doing now? 00:06:15.17 whose skin was almost entirely reconstituted from stem cell therapy, if you will, 00:30:08.15 And that's what maintained these stem cells in their quiescent state. 00:11:34.09 And now they can culture those cells. 00:17:51.13 It's really the perfect system to understand a basic biological problem. 00:23:49.18 in a wound that tells the stem cells nearby to be able to repair and replenish the tissue 00:47:16.24 And why do we think that that's important or relevant? 00:22:08.28 And the efficiency is still leaving something to be desired. 00:21:29.13 Initially, we were very excited by that. 00:46:09.26 now we see the activation of these enhancer elements. 00:48:47.24 The infections typically come and go. 00:23:23.12 derived from somatic cell nuclear transfer, would not be recognized as foreign, 00:16:47.01 over the last several decades now. 00:21:47.27 So, that technology exists, and it's been successful. 00:06:35.22 They express genes which give... which are important for epithelial-to-mesenchymal transitions, Moreover, if the skin is severely damaged such as it is following burns, the transplanted skin will lack sweat glands, hair follicles and sebaceous (oil) glands. 00:11:18.21 And here, there's probably multiple mechanisms. 00:26:59.20 We learned that the loss of Lhx2 is required for maintaining the stem cells. 00:04:42.17 In fact, we didn't call them stem cells at the time. Epidermal stem cells are currently cultivated on a layer of cells from rodents, called feeder cells. This could lead to improved treatments for burn patients, or others with severe skin damage. 00:28:04.24 be expressed by embryonic stem cells, not by adult skin cells, but could conform or reprogram 00:38:28.02 we can... if we switch them on, we can halt tissue regeneration. 00:13:58.25 And it's something that is really going to bear the need for future studies, to be able 00:16:12.19 across the street at Sloan Kettering Cancer Institute. Skin stem cells can replenish the epidermis and make hair follicle cells. 00:07:41.10 There are a whole variety of different changes in the tumor microenvironment that 00:24:08.17 turned on in another cell. Adam RC, Yang H, Rockowitz S, Larsen SB, Nikolova M, Oristian DS, Polak L, Kadaja M, Asare A, Zheng D, Fuchs E. (2015) Pioneer factors govern super-enhancer dynamics in stem cell plasticity and lineage choice. 00:41:23.20 were beginning to realize that pancreatic type I diabetes is largely rooted as an autoimmune disease, 00:33:24.14 And what happened was that the animals precociously became grey, sooner than did their counterparts. 00:14:03.15 to explore deeper into this. 00:13:33.10 come up with new cures and treatments for various different types of diseases. 00:32:33.28 in terms of what induced pluripotent stem cells could do. 00:17:06.25 So, the epidermal stem cells that reside in the innermost layer of the epidermis are in 00:15:40.06 It's the interactions between the stem cell and its microenvironment, or the niche stem-cell interactions, 00:02:08.19 the so-called cancer stem cells, if you will, that are giving rise to squamous cell carcinomas, For example, it is exposed to chemicals like soap and to physical stresses such as friction from your clothes or exposure to sunlight. 00:18:51.19 to find the pups, and then use a microinjection needle to be able to inject high-titer lentivirus 00:02:15.00 in this case using our favorite model system, the laboratory mouse. 00:00:26.16 And today I'd like to tell you about stem cells, about their biology and about 00:27:56.01 now a niche full of sebaceous gland. 00:38:26.02 Those studies were conducted back in September of 2014, the first-ever clinical trial 00:14:47.21 from the other cell, making it or rendering it unable to respond to TGF-beta. 00:36:47.10 and effectively producing all the different types of cells in the body with induced pluripotent 00:45:42.01 the expression of, in this case, a reporter GFP gene. Skin stem cells make all this possible. 00:00:21.04 I'm also an investigator of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. 00:39:47.07 So, what about stem cell therapy for type I diabetes. 00:15:06.11 So, what we know is that stem cells of adult tissues typically reside in niches, in defined 00:08:21.14 of signaling factors. 00:49:48.24 I've also told you that trained immunity, the memory of inflammation, is not a phenomenon 00:23:49.04 We all know that all of the cells of our body have the same genes. 00:49:26.15 I've told you that key stem cell genes are regulated by super enhancers that bind stem cell 00:25:05.27 intestinal epithelial stem cells, hair follicle stem cells, and many other The skin contains multiple layers of cells and tissues, which are attached to underlying structures such as blood vessels and bones by connective tissues. 00:05:14.27 malignant program of gene expression produced by these stem cells. 00:09:04.14 So, in this case, it would be the epidermis. “Stem cells have the potential to repair skin cells, and they also protect your skin from external factors and create a more youthful look,” she says. 00:38:33.24 If we switch them off, we can favor hair follicle tissue regeneration and hair regeneration. 00:20:12.00 in a matter of days. 00:38:02.17 Well, our ability to be able to culture, for instance, hair follicle stem cells... 00:18:17.15 sending out a signal called BMP that tells these stem cells, in purple, to be quiescent. 00:11:11.21 in the womb to be able to develop the fetus. 00:31:31.03 introduction to an iPS cell, basically this change effectively reverted. 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