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CELL. A small room in a prison. See Dungeon.

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Another non-starter: "[W]hile it's true that embryos have a higher ratio of stem to nonstem cells, that doesn't mean much," Miniter notes.
Severe hypoxic conditions result in upregulation of both HIFs in GSCs, while HIF-1[alpha] expression is also observed in nonstem cells and neural stem cells in addition to GSCs in mild hypoxia [99].
Deregulation of adhesion and polarity proteins has been shown to cause misoriented mitotic spindles that could lead to symmetric division in nonstem cells and increased self-renewal (16).