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The Sox2 transcription factor is necessary for the long-term self-renewal of neural stem cells (NSC). Its mechanism of action is still poorly defined. To identify molecules regulated by Sox2, and acting in mouse NSC maintenance, we transduced, individually or in combination, into Sox2-deleted NSC, genes whose expression is strongly downregulated following Sox2 loss (Fos, Jun, Egr2). Fos alone rescued long-term proliferation, as shown by in vitro cell growth and clonal analysis. Further, Fosdoi:10.1101/2020.03.17.995621 fatcat:gwtvioukufa4blvo47oj2pj2by