Unformatted text preview: during embryogenesis? Outline a few major steps that lead to models of origin(s) of blood formation. 10. What is transdifferentiation? 11. What are the instances in which transdifferentiation might occur naturally? 12. What examples of transdifferentiation have been already documented in the literature? What are the common mechanisms thought to govern this phenomenon? 13. What is the relevance of transdifferentiation for clinical applications? 14. What experimental approach can one use to distinguish between transdifferentiation and cell fusion? 15. What is the rational for inducing transdiferrentiation? How is that useful? 16. What is an experimental design that will allow you to induce and track transdifferentiation from one tissue type of cells to another?...
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2008 for the course BIO 4400 taught by Professor Tumbar,td during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.
- Spring '07
- cell biology