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do stem cells work on dogs
asked Jan 21, 2014 in Health by anonymous
   

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Undeveloped cells are the figure's repair units.  They can partition and separate into numerous distinctive sorts of units dependent upon where they are required all around the constitution.  Stem units can separation and transform into tissues, for example, skin, fat, muscle, bone, cartilage, and nerve to name a couple.  They even control the capacity to repeat into organs, for example, the heart, liver, insides, pancreas, and so on.
Embryonic undeveloped cells are found in the placenta and developing life.  These phones are called totipotent, which implies they can replicate into any developed cell sort.  While embryonic foundational microorganisms offer the best potential in recuperating,  
The second kind of immature microorganism is the mature person undifferentiated organism.  These undeveloped cells are called multipotent, which implies they can separate into nearly related unit lines, yet they are not fit for making a complete organ.  Adult undifferentiated cells are found in the bone marrow, fat tissue , skin, liver, veins, and neurons.
answered Jan 21, 2014 by sallyb Inquisitive Expert (76,680 points)

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