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Suppose the Hayflick's limit of a cell is 10 and it divides 10 times. At this point, it undergoes differentiation. Is it possible for it to undergo dedifferentiation at this point?

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I don't think so naturally. I think the general stream of the progeny goes stem cell => pluripotent cell => progenitor cell => specialised cell.

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