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Correction: Passive DNA demethylation preferentially up-regulates pluripotency-related genes and facilitates the generation of induced pluripotent stem cells

Open AccessPublished:October 15, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbc.2022.102566
      The authors conclude that they inadvertently provided wrong sh-p53 and sh-p53+sh-Dnmt1 images in Figure 5M during the manuscript revision. The amended Figure 5M below shows the correct images. The corrections do not affect the results and conclusions of the article. The authors apologize for the mistake.

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      • Passive DNA demethylation preferentially up-regulates pluripotency-related genes and facilitates the generation of induced pluripotent stem cells
        Journal of Biological ChemistryVol. 292Issue 45
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          A high proliferation rate has been observed to facilitate somatic cell reprogramming, but the pathways that connect proliferation and reprogramming have not been reported. DNA methyltransferase 1 (DNMT1) methylates hemimethylated CpG sites produced during S phase and maintains stable inheritance of DNA methylation. Impairing this process results in passive DNA demethylation. In this study, we show that the cell proliferation rate positively correlated with the expression of Dnmt1 in G1 phase. In addition, as determined by whole-genome bisulfate sequencing and high-performance liquid chromatography, global DNA methylation of mouse embryonic fibroblasts was significantly higher in G1 phase than in G2/M phase.
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