The cells that expressed CD44 were able to grow new tumors.

The cells that expressed CD44 were able to grow new tumors, while ,, did not express the CD44 did not want new tumors. The tumors that grew were identical to the original tumors and CD44 CD44 and cells express the express the marker expressed. This ability to both self-renew and produce different types of cells is a hallmark of stem cells.

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