self-renewing

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to self-renewal
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How To Use self-renewing In A Sentence

  • In the fruit fly's developing brain, stem cells called neuroblasts normally divide to create one self-renewing neuroblast and one cell that has a different fate. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • In principle, because stem cells are self-renewing, they are, unlike the cells they generate, immortal.
  • But beneath the clamour, when we listen closely, the rhythm sounds rather more cyclical, more self-renewing. The Times Literary Supplement
  • In principle, because stem cells are self-renewing, they are, unlike the cells they generate, immortal.
  • The self-renewing politics of a global playwright 218pp. The Times Literary Supplement
  • It's left there to rot, part of the perpetually self-renewing processes of the forest. Times, Sunday Times
  • In principle, because stem cells are self-renewing, they are, unlike the cells they generate, immortal.
  • In addition to differentiated retinal cells, the amphibian eye contains a population of self-renewing retinal stem cells located in the retinal periphery in a region called the ciliary marginal zone or CMZ. PLoS Biology: New Articles
  • Within itself it was entirely self-sustaining, self-renewing. THE BIRTHDAY OF THE WORLD
  • You often seem to be mentioning the indescribably self-renewing… muchness of it all.
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