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Difference between a stem cell and a differentiated cell?

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The main difference between a stem cell and a differentiated cell is:
A stem cell has the ability to self-renewel and also has the ability to differentiate(to become a tissue specific cell). But, a differentiated cell don't have the ability to self-renewel(moreover a stem cell get specialised to a differentiated cell).
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