Conditional Reprogramming Inducing Clinical Cells Proliferation: New Research Tools in Tumor and Inflammatory-related Diseases

Author(s): Jie chai, Li Han, Jianbo Zhang, Dali Han, Lei Zou, Ze Zhu, Yulong Zhao, Hongliang Guo*

Journal Name: Current Pharmaceutical Design

Volume 26 , Issue 22 , 2020

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Abstract:

In the era of precision medicine, establishing a patient-derived cell model is crucial, whether in vitro or in vivo. Compared to the traditional cell lines, patient-derived primary cells represent precise genetic features from specific patients, but poor proliferative activity of human primary cells restricts their popular application. Conditional reprogramming (CR) is a new cell culture technique to achieve rapid growth of patient-derived cells in vitro, making it possible to identify the individual difference and screen drugs sensitivity. In this review, we will summarize the application and limitation of CR in tumor and inflammatory-related diseases, indicating the prospect of this technique for preclinical research.

Keywords: Tumor, inflammatory-related diseases, conditional reprogramming (CR), drugs screening, cell lines, proliferative.

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