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Q: Hayflick Limit for Variety of Human cell types ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: Hayflick Limit for Variety of Human cell types
Category: Science > Biology
Asked by: prometheus_unbound-ga
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Posted: 23 Jul 2006 05:17 PDT
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Question ID: 748708
What is the Hayflick limit for at least 20 different types of somatic
cells in the human body (stem cells excluded, obviously).  I am
looking for a table that looks something like this:

Liver   x
Kidney  y
Rods    z

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