Leor Williams

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Cellular dedifferentiation is the major process underlying totipotency, regeneration, and formation of new stem cell lineages in multicellular organisms. In animals it is often associated with(More)
The remarkable regeneration capacity of plant cells is based on their capability to dedifferentiate. We recently reported that cellular dedifferentiation proceeds through two distinct phases, each(More)
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