Pluripotent vs Hpsc - What's the difference?

pluripotent | hpsc |


As an adjective pluripotent

is able to develop into more than one mature cell or tissue type, but not all.

pluripotent

Adjective

(-)
  • Able to develop into more than one mature cell or tissue type, but not all.
  • *2011 , Terence Allen and Graham Cowling, The Cell: A Very Short Introduction , Oxford 2011, p. 99:
  • *:As the embryo grows, ‘pluripotent ’ stem cells appear, which are limited in their potency.
  • Synonyms

    * pluripotential

    See also

    *multipotent *oligopotent *totipotent *unipotent

    hpsc

    English

    ===(en)=== (en noun)
  • (biology) human pluripotent stem cell
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