juvenile cell


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juvenile cell

[′jü·vən·əl ′sel]
(histology)
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Recognizing and harnessing the significant regenerative capacity differences between adult and juvenile cells is an underlying principle of ISTO's platform for cartilage repair.
Police use two old juvenile cells for sergeant offices, he said.
He said that the women were reportedly kept in the lock-up much beyond the stipulated time, while there were no separate juvenile cells for girls under 18.

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