Because the original parent cell is replaced by the two new daughter cells
, this approach ensures that stem cells will not be depleted during periods of development or healing.
In the absence of SAPCD2, a good proportion of the divisions changed orientation and the daughter cells
produced were different.
Other research groups had concluded that p63 is essential for the maturation of the daughter cells
, not for the maintenance of the stem cell lineage.
In this case, the niche residing at the tip of the testis is the site of stem cell divisions, which are critical to produce daughter cells
that later become sperm.
A cell that divides into more than two daughter cells
undergoes a complex choreography of chromosomal motion that can result in aneuploidy.
Asymmetric apportioning of aged mitochondria between daughter cells
is required for stemness"; Science, 2015; DOI: 10.
Delta then travels back to the top of the daughter cells
When bound to one region, EBNA1 helps initiate replication of the viral episome and the dispersal of the two copies into the daughter cells
If MCM loading isn't completed successfully prior to cell division, there'll be a risk of major DNA mutations and death for the resulting daughter cells
We didn't know who would stay clean, the stem cell or the daughter cell
," says study coauthor Sebastian Jessberger, a neuroscientist at the University of Zurich.
Moreover, it is known that rDNA stability is recovered in a rejuvenated daughter cell
Is there any difference other than size between two diatom daughter cells
, and if so, which daughter cell