Stem Cells on Alert: Priming Quiescent Stem Cells after Remote Injury


A recent paper published by Rodgers et al. describes a novel phase of stem cell quiescence, termed GAlert, that serves to prime cells in response to injury-induced signals. These stem cells are located distal to the site of injury and require mTORC1 activity to elicit the alert response

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