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First, they are multipotent, having the capacity to differentiate into multiple, distinct cell types. Secondly, they can undergo self-renewal, a process which regenerates stem cells (1). The hematopoietic system is maintained throughout an organism’s life span by HSCs. Hematopoiesis is a particularly dynamic system containing stem cells, which have the remarkable ability to home from the peripheral circulation to their specific microenvironment or niche and there produce a vast hierarchy of progenitors and precursor cells which ultimately give rise to at least ten distinct lineages of cells (2, 3).
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