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In contrast, we report here that development of the C. Ubiquitous ELT-7 expression activates intestinal markers in many different cell types but only cells in the somatic gonad and pharynx appear to become fully reprogrammed. We found that ectopic expression of other endoderm-promoting transcription factors, but not muscle- or ectoderm-promoting transcription factors, redirects the fate of these organs, suggesting that pharyngeal and somatic gonad cells are specifically competent to adopt intestine identity. While we found that post-embryonic PHA-4 is not necessary for pharynx or uterus reprogramming and PHA-4 is not sufficient in combination with ELT-7 to induce reprogramming in other cells types, knock down of PHA-4 during embryogenesis, which abolishes normal pharynx differentiation, prevents pharyngeal precursors from being reprogrammed into intestine. These results suggest that differentiated cell identity determines susceptibility to transdifferentiation and highlight the importance of cellular context in controlling competency for reprogramming. Keywords: C. Introduction A major goal in the study of development is to understand how the history of a cell determines its commitment to a final identity. Differentiated cells can be reprogrammed into induced pluripotent stem cells iPSCs or directly converted into other differentiated cell types by forced expression of transcription factors Tachibana et al. The initial identity of the cell in combination with the set of transcription factors it expresses appears to determine the outcome of reprogramming. To what extent does the differentiated state of a cell predispose, or abrogate, its conversion into another cell type?

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These results suggest that differentiated cell identity determines susceptibility to transdifferentiation and highlight the importance of cellular context in controlling competency for reprogramming. Keywords: C.

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Introduction A major goal in the study of development is to understand how the history of a cell determines its commitment to a final identity. Differentiated cells can be reprogrammed into induced pluripotent stem cells iPSCs or directly converted into other differentiated cell types by forced expression of transcription factors Tachibana et al.

The initial identity of the cell in combination with the set of transcription factors it expresses appears to determine the outcome of reprogramming. To what extent does the differentiated state of a cell predispose, or abrogate, its conversion into another cell type? Induced pluripotent stem cells IPSCs that have been obtained from many cell types more readily differentiate back into the lineage from which they were derived, evidence that the ancestral identity of a cell influences its subsequent redifferentiation Marchetto et al.

While much effort has been directed at reprogramming fibroblasts directly into distantly related cells forced transdifferentiation , such as melanocytes Tachibana et al.

It has been proposed that cells closely related in developmental lineage are more readily interconverted, as their expression states differ by a more limited number of factors Davis et al.

Cells that are related by lineage or position may also possess fail-safe mechanisms that maintain specific cell identities, thereby blocking their conversion to other cell fates as long as they remain in the same cellular environment.

In addition, some cells from diverse embryonic origins can converge on similar identities, indicating that cell lineage, including germ layer origin, is not an inviolable determinant of final identity.