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For more information on the growth potential of a normal cell, see Hayflick and Moorehead, "The Serial Cultivation of Human Diploid Cell Strains," Experimental Cell Research 25 (1961).
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  genetics:  an organism or cell having two sets of chromosomes or twice the haploid number
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Strongly Associated with:   haploid
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  • For more information on the growth potential of a normal cell, see Hayflick and Moorehead, "The Serial Cultivation of Human Diploid Cell Strains," Experimental Cell Research 25 (1961).
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  • For the history of the ATCC, see R. Stevenson, "Collection, Preservation, Characterization and Distribution of Cell Cultures," Proceedings, Symposium on the Characterization and Uses of Human Diploid Cell Strains: Opatija (1963); and W. Clark and D. Geary, "The Story of the American Type Culture Collection: Its History and Development (1899–1973)," Advances in Applied Microbiology 17 (1974).
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  • For more on cell immortality, see L. Hayflick and P. S. Moorhead, "The Serial Cultivation of Human Diploid Cell Strains," Experimental Cell Research, 25 (1961); L. Hayflick, "The Limited in Vitro Lifetime of Human Diploid Cell Strains," Experimental Cell Research 37 (1965); G. B. Morin, "The Human Telomere Terminal Transferase Enzyme Is a Ribonucleoprotein That Synthesizes TTAGGG Repeats," Cell 59 (1989); C. B. Harley, A. B. Futcher, and C. W Greider, "Telomeres Shorten During Ageing…
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  • For more on cell immortality, see L. Hayflick and P. S. Moorhead, "The Serial Cultivation of Human Diploid Cell Strains," Experimental Cell Research, 25 (1961); L. Hayflick, "The Limited in Vitro Lifetime of Human Diploid Cell Strains," Experimental Cell Research 37 (1965); G. B. Morin, "The Human Telomere Terminal Transferase Enzyme Is a Ribonucleoprotein That Synthesizes TTAGGG Repeats," Cell 59 (1989); C. B. Harley, A. B. Futcher, and C. W Greider, "Telomeres Shorten During Ageing…
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Associated words [difficulty]:   diploid [8] , zygote [9]
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