Stem cell resting state regulation revealed

The growth or production of hematopoietic stem cells (stem cells that give rise to all blood cell types) is known as proliferation, and when cells are in a resting state, not actively proliferating, it is known as quiescence. While it was believed that quiescence took place because of a lack nutrients or stimulation, meaning the cell had no other option but to rest, researchers at Baylor College of Medicine now say this process is actively regulated.

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