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In cell biology, a precursor cell, also called a blast cell or simply blast, is a partially differentiated cell, usually referred to as a unipotent cell that has lost most of its stem cell properties. A precursor cell is also known as a progenitor cell but progenitor cells are multipotent. Precursor cells are known as the intermediate cell before they become differentiated after being a stem cell.Usually, a precursor cell is a stem cell with the capacity to differentiate into only one cell type. Sometimes, precursor cell is used as an alternative term for unipotent stem cells. In embryology, precursor cells are a group of cells that later differentiate into one organ. A blastoma is any cancer created by malignancies of precursor cells. Precursor cells, and progenitor cells, have many potential uses in medicine. As of 2017, there is research being done to use these cells to build heart valves, blood vessels and other tissues, by using blood and muscle precursor, or progenitor cells.
The numerical value of blasts in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of blasts in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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The death toll could rise from all the three blasts.
Everyone has been told to go home due to apprehension about the blasts.
Teams are ready to fix the consequences of the blasts in the course of four days, when this can happen depends on the results of talks, which the instigators of the blockade are carrying out with authorities.
We had to use teargas and rubber bullets to disperse opposition activists after they smashed nearly a dozen vehicles and set off blasts.
This bomb goes off, who do you call, who do you Google, there’s no one … those blasts did significant damage to the property, not only in radiation.
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