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

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However, the baseline UCB and PB [gamma][delta] T cell population had high percentages of terminally differentiated cells according to this definition (Figure 3(d)).
Naive T cells were defined as [CD45RO.sup.-] [CCR7.sup.+], central memory as [CD45RO.sup.+] [CCR7.sup.+], effector memory as [CD45RO.sup.+] [CCR7.sup.-], and terminally differentiated cells were defined as [CD45RO.sup.-] [CCR7.sup.-].
Ki-67 is detected in all active stages of cell cycle, including G1, S, G2, and M phases and is not active in the resting G0-phase cells and terminally differentiated cells [33].