?1A); the subdivision of the period preceding the erasure point into two phases (phase I lasting approximately 30?min and phase II about 1?h); and the subdivision of the period following the erasure event into two phases (a stabilization phase #links# lasting about 1?h and a consequent stabilized phase) (Fig.?1B). In the first described event of dedifferentiation, erasure, cells lose the ability t


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