Labile cell

In cellular biology, labile cells are cells that multiply constantly throughout life. They spend little or no time in the quiescent G0 phase of the cell cycle, but regularly perform cell division. This is the case for only a minority of cells in the body. Constantly dividing cell types include skin cells, cells in the gastrointestinal tract and bl...
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labile cell

(from the article `human disease`) Regeneration is the production of new cells exactly like those destroyed. Of the three categories of human cells—(1) the labile cells, which multiply ...
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