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developmental stage marked by folding layers of cells to become differentiated body tissues
location of multipotent stem cells
bone marrow, hair follicles, umbilical cord blood, and dental pulp
somatic nuclear transfer
creating a new embryo by joining an enucleated egg and an adult body cell (cloning)
How IPSCS are made
using transforming factors to reprogram an adult body cell's nucleus back into its embryonic state
cells become specialized cells of the body by having certain genes turned on while turning other's off
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