Obligatory asymmetric replication, Obligatory Asymmetric Replication Asymmetric Cell Division

Obligatory Asymmetric Replication Asymmetric Cell Division

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Obligatory asymmetric replication is also known as asymmetric cell division is the process by which a stem cell undergoes differentiation or division.  The final result of which are two daughter cells. (16782458)

Obligatory asymmetric replication, Obligatory Asymmetric Replication Asymmetric Cell Division

One cell is identical to the mother cell and the other a totally differentiated one. This is one of the processes in regenerative medicine that allows stem cells to undergo to maintain their number and form a “stem cell reserve.” The other process is known as stochastic differentiation.

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  • Hello, guest
  • My question is for your doctors. Want to know what exactly regulate cell differentiation? i know that the primary cellular division is of a zygote. When does gene expressions start to happen? If zygote splits into sister cells then divide in 2 different then what? Sorry im having hard time understanding this so i ask.