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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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The term foetus-in-foetu is used to draw attention to an unequal division of totipotential cells of a blastocyst which results in the inclusion of a small cellular mass in the more mature embryo.
49) In addition, already cleaved totipotential cells can be fused to form a single developing cell mass that will eventually become one human being, referred to as a chimera.
During embryogenesis, germ cells migrate in a path from the entoderm of the yolk sac to the gonads via the dorsal mesentery of the hindgut, and rests of totipotential cells may theoretically become sequestered along this path.