Simple past tense and past participle of dedifferentiate.(verb)
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Use "dedifferentiated" in a sentence
"IF we figure out how to turn adult stem cells – what GW is supporting here – into embryonic stem cells, that is cells that are dedifferentiated to the point that they can recreate any human organ then the Prez is supporting the creation of ARTIFICIAL blstocysts that can be allowed to develop into EMBRYOES."
"But in the new research, scientists added genes to mature cells that turned back their cellular clocks, or dedifferentiated them, restoring them to an immature, unprogrammed state."
"At the most extreme dedifferentiated state embryonic stem cells are so dedifferentiated that they have the ability to become all more specialized cell types."