Phosphoinositide 3-kinase inhibition enables retinoic acid-induced neurogenesis in monolayer culture of embryonic stem cells.
|Year of publication||2012|
|Type||Article in Periodical|
|Magazine / Source||J Cell Biochem|
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|Keywords||Embryonic stem cell;retionic acid;neurogenesis;differentiation|
|Description||Retinoic acid is able to induce the differentiation of embryonic stem cells into neuronal lineages. The mechanism of this effect is unknown but it has been evidenced to be dependent on the formation of floating spheroids called embryoid bodies. Results presented here show that the inhibition of phosphoinositide 3-kinase signaling predetermines mouse embryonic stem cells to retinoic acid induced neurogenesis in monolayer culture with no need of embryoid bodies formation.|