Committed stem cell/uncommitted stem cell

12:58 Aug 8, 2018
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Medical - Medical (general) / Células tronco
English term or phrase: Committed stem cell/uncommitted stem cell
Such cells are usually regarded as "committed" to differentiating along a particular ... Definitions of adult stem cells vary in the scientific literature range.

Usei "célula tronco induzida" para "commited" e "embrionária" para "uncommitted"
Filipe Merces
Brazil
Local time: 04:30


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4 +2células-tronco imaturas e células-tronco maduras ou adultas
Alcinda Marinho


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committed stem cell/uncommitted stem cell
células-tronco imaturas e células-tronco maduras ou adultas


Explanation:
Veja os links abaixo, por favor.

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Note added at 40 mins (2018-08-08 13:39:33 GMT)
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https://drauziovarella.uol.com.br/entrevistas-2/celulas-tron...

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Note added at 41 mins (2018-08-08 13:40:47 GMT)
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Immature cell: a cell that is uncommitted or a cell that has been already through a commitment step but that can still become more then one cell type .
vs.
Mature cell: a cell that have been already through the commitment and whose destiny has been already defined


    Reference: http://www.quora.com/In-two-sentences-what-is-an-immature-ce...
    Reference: http://https://planetabiologia.com/o-que-sao-celulas-tronco-...
Alcinda Marinho
Portugal
Local time: 08:30
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agree  Paulo Gasques
13 hrs
  -> Obrigada, Paulo!

agree  itineuropa
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