Negative Regulation of Cell Growth
The majority of cells in tissues, organs and the blood system of the body does not divide and stays in a resting state performing various tissue-specific functions. Some cells can remain in the quiescent state for years still maintaining the capacity for reentering the cell cycle if appropriately stimulated.
KeywordsHuman Fibroblast NIH3T3 Cell NIH3T3 Cell Line Inhibitory mRNA Microinjection System
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