Refers to cells that can differentiate into a few different types (e.g., just kinds of heart cells).
Capable of differentiating into multiple cell types associated with different organs.
The potential to make a few cell types in the body. Usually in reference to adult stem cells.
Having the ability to become more than one cell type
A stem cell with the ability to develop into a limited number of cell types.
Stem cells that can reproduce only limited cells and tissues in the body. In limited numbers, these stem cells are found, with pluripotent stem cells, in the marrow of adult humans.
capacity to become a limited number of types of tissues and cells in the adult body.
Capable of giving rise to several specialized cells or tissues of an organism.
Having the capacity to develop into multiple (but not all) cell types.
A cell or tissue able to form several different kinds of cells or tissues.
The ability to grow into at least two different types of specialized cells.
As applied to stem cells, the ability to differentiate into at least two, more differentiated descendant cells.
Ability of a single cell to develop into many different cell types of the body. Developmental potential of a multipotent stem cell is more restricted than pluripotent or totipotent stem cell.
The ability to give rise to a number of limited cell types.