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Caption: A pluripotent hematopoietic stem cell (PHSC) replicates into red blood cells. If a PHSC commits to producing mature blood cells, it will undergo several cell divisions before becoming that cell. Each time the cell divides, it takes on more and more of the characteristics of the adult cell it will become, until it becomes fully differentiated. The term haematopoiesis describes the entire process of blood cell development, from phsc, through differentiation to a mature blood cell. The importance of this process can ?t be overstated, as the body needs more than 100 billion new blood cells every day.

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Keywords: haematopoiesis, phsc, pluripotent hematopoietic stem cell, red blood cell, replication

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