Stem cells just discerned

28 January 1999, to N-HEXA.

I read that the finding that mice neural stem cells transported into bone marrow churned out blood cells is an “unexplained transformation”.

Does not each and every cell in a cellular-cluster life-form contain ALL the genetic material but expresses ONLY the portion of the genes uniquely required (planned, instructed) in its location/function? May not this be especially so in the case of stem cells?

In my conception of Intelligent Cellular life the stem cells are “young spaceships” seeking a suitable location in their “space station” for joining with the other cells of the cluster, to enjoin the symbiotic colony.

DH

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