Part of the Cancer Treatment and Research book series (CTAR, volume 154)
A stem cell is not only quiescent but also immortal, not only immortal but also pluripotent, and not only pluripotent but also homeostatic.
KeywordsStem Cell Meristem Cell Asymmetric Division Genital Ridge Progenitor Stem Cell
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