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Cells retain memory of chemical signals to which they are exposed

21:40 EST 8 Nov 2018 | News-Medical.net

We all start out as a clump of identical cells. As these cells divide and multiply, they gradually take on distinct identities, acquiring the traits necessary to form, for instance, muscle tissue, bone, or nerves. A recent study from Rockefeller scientists offers new insight into how these cellular identities are cultivated over the course of development.

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