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- King Cobra
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my neurons were a lot bigger
(logic of course)
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As far as I know, normal cells have dimensions between 20-30 microns, and white blood cells have the same dimensions so I believe that stem cells have roughly the same size, maybe a little bit larger. A size of 20 nm is impossible - this means 200 A (Angstrom) which is the dimension of the sinaptic fan.
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depends which kind of stem cells there many diferent kinds like adults stem cells etc ??? you answer that then I could help you
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- Inland Taipan
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It would seem more logical to me that stem cells are smaller, not larger
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Does anyone know the range for specific gravity of stem cells?
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