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The hematopoietic stem cells are quite rare, and each progenitor cell produced by a stem cell gives rise to a large number of red blood cells (and other blood cell types). I'm not sure if the precise number of offspring for the earliest progenitor cells is known in vivo, but recent cell culture models indicate that early progenitors can give rise to as many ...



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