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t consequences for susceptibility to environmental and/or toxic agents and cancer development. Cell populations that terminally differentiate at a fast rate likely provide a smaller target size than cells turning over at a slower rate. Conversely, more deleterious and uncontrolled effects could result from loss of normal growth/ differentiation mechanisms in cells that would be otherwise programmed to differentiate at an accelerated rate."


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