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Define the levels of potency studied

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Stem cells are defined by their capabilities to self-renew and give rise to various types of differentiated cells depending on their potency. They are classified as pluripotent, multipotent, and unipotent as demonstrated through their potential to generate the variety of cell lineages. While pluripotent stem cells may give rise to all types of cells in an organism, Multipotent and Unipotent stem cells remain restricted to the particular tissue or lineages.

In your question, is there any further context as to what was studied so we can determine what sort of Stem Cells we're discussing or what points they're after?
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Stem cells are defined by their capabilities to self-renew and give rise to various types of differentiated cells depending on their potency. They are classified as pluripotent, multipotent, and unipotent as demonstrated through their potential to generate the variety of cell lineages. While pluripotent stem cells may give rise to all types of cells in an organism, Multipotent and Unipotent stem cells remain restricted to the particular tissue or lineages.

In your question, is there any further context as to what was studied so we can determine what sort of Stem Cells we're discussing or what points they're after?
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The question is only define the levels of potency studied. It doesnt say anything else ro have any info which is why I dont really understand this question
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