cell

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cell

an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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* The system as such did not exist in a miniature form in the beginning but evolves from a primordial cell.
After years of sifting through thousands of bone marrow samples, California researchers announced this week that they have identified a candidate "pluripotent" human blood cell - the elusive, primordial cell thought to serve as a fount replenishing red and white blood cells throughout a person's life.
Their evolutionary ancestors, the primordial cells, were merely composed of a membrane and a few molecules.