Synthetic gene circuits and cellular decision-making in human pluripotent stem cells

Laura Prochazka, Yaakov Benenson & Peter W. Zandstra
Precise manipulation of human cell fate is a long-standing goal in biological engineering; it underpins efforts to advance new cellular therapeutics, and to develop disease models for fundamental research. Human pluripotent stem cells (hPSC) are emerging as the cells of choice for many of these applications. Currently, most advanced methods for manipulation of hPSC fate involve recapitulating developmental processes by mimicking stem cell niche-associated signals. Alternately, advances in engineering synthetic decision-making gene circuits provide an...
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