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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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OCT4B1 is highly expressed in undifferentiated cells and down-regulate during cell differentiation (7).
An undifferentiated cell zone between zG and zF and its possible functional significance relating to the development and maintenance of the rat adrenal gland
In addition to above three kinds of cells, intestinal crypt of chicken contains the undifferentiated cells and Paneth's cells.
Adult stem cells are undifferentiated cells found through out the body that divide to replenish dying cells and regenerate damaged tissue.
1996), the presence of a population of undifferentiated cells (UCs) was revealed in the bivalve Crenomytilus grayanus, the gastropod Helix aspersa, and the cephalopod Rossia macrosoma.
The mesothelium is the tissue layer in which cell proliferation is the most precocious and the most important, involving both peritoneocytes and undifferentiated cells (which seem to be dedifferentiated peritoneocytes).
Using a 3-dimensional tissue culture model of head and neck mucosa, researchers at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill found that adenoviruses are able to infect only the most undifferentiated cell layers.
By varying the doses of activin and retinoic acid, the group was able to produce red blood, muscle, kidney, heart, and liver cells from the same undifferentiated cell tissue.
An adult skin cell, for example, can't transform itself into an undifferentiated cell.
Because even a single undifferentiated cell harbors the ability to become a teratoma, we sought to develop a way to remove these cells before transplantation.
A stem cell is an undifferentiated cell, meaning it is not specialized to perform a particular function, like a skin cell or a muscle cell.
Can we enrich the cell populations for cells that we want to use, whether they are totally undifferentiated cell types, partially differentiated, or completely differentiated?

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