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Name: Masnun R.
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Age: 14
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Date: October 2003


Question:
How long is the cell cycle of a human brain cell?



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This varies greatly depending on the cell type, age and condition...some are stuck in G zero...that is not dividing and therefore not cycling some are rapidly cycling about every 18 hours.

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