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  • noun The state of being pluripotent

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Examples

  • Out of this comparison popped 299 interacting genes that form what the researchers call a pluripotency network, or PluriNet.

    Science and Reason

  • Out of this comparison popped 299 interacting genes that form what the researchers call a pluripotency network, or PluriNet.

    Science and Reason

  • Out of this comparison popped 299 interacting genes that form what the researchers call a pluripotency network, or PluriNet.

    Science and Reason

  • Stem cells are prized, because they can be turned into any type of cell in the body, a characteristic called pluripotency.

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  • That state, known as pluripotency, allows the cells to develop into any kind of specialised body cells.

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  • That state, known as pluripotency, allows the cells to develop into any kind of specialized body cells.

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  • In recent years, geneticists have learned how to take skin cells and return them to a state called pluripotency, where they can become almost any type of cell in the human body.

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  • It is the first of these remarkable properties - so-called pluripotency - that has fascinated Professor Smith throughout his research career.

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  • That state, known as pluripotency, allows the cells to develop into any kind of specialized body cells.

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  • That state, known as pluripotency, allows the cells to develop into any kind of specialized body cells.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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