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  • v. To lose or reverse differentiation

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  • v. lose specialization in form or function


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  • A Japanese team at Kyoto University has discovered how to reprogram skin cells so that they “dedifferentiate” into the equivalent of an embryonic stem cell.

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  • In other words, a skin cell can dedifferentiate into a stem cell, then regenerate into a muscle cell or another completely different type of cell.

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  • Sprouting venous endothelial cells dedifferentiate as they migrate over and invade the myocardium.

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  • Sure enough, Pajcini and Pomerantz found that blocking the expression of both Rb and ARF allowed individual myocytes isolated from mouse muscle to dedifferentiate and begin dividing. - latest science and technology news stories

  • The virus carries dedifferentiate and then gain the ability to differentiate into any type of cell in the body and to indefinitely propagate itself.

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