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Skin

ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
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But the similarity gets even more specific -- the percentage of fairy circles with four, five, six, seven, eight and nine neighbors is essentially the same as the skin cells.
10 By protecting your DNA from free radical stress, teprenone also helps maintain healthy skin cell division.
The DNA content of a skin cell, a stem cell, and a fertilized egg are exactly the same.
Grow some skin cells in a petri dish for a skin graft.
Normally when you grow skin cells in a dish, they just make skin cells.
Fibroblasts and other skin cells also comprise the lining of the lung and intestine as well as internal organs.
The process involves transferring all the genetic material from a diabetic's skin cell into a human egg whose own nucleus has been removed.
And avoiding a stem cell state allows the resulting motor neurons to retain the age of the original skin cells and, therefore, the age of the patient.
And importantly, avoiding a stem cell state allows the resulting motor neurons to retain the age of the original skin cells and, therefore, the age of the patient.
This then reprograms the skin cells into other types of cells to help in treating wounds and diseased conditions.
SCIENTISTS have created healthy baby mice made from skin cells in a world first.
Researchers have successfully identified the four keys that unlock the genetic code of skin cells and reprogramme them to start producing red blood cells instead.