Its Slime Time...

Robert Preston rapr at med.pitt.edu
Mon Jan 20 11:58:30 EST 1997

In article <rapr-1901971340520001 at ehdup-g-5.rmt.net.pitt.edu>,
rapr at med.pitt.edu (Robert Preston) wrote:
>...Single cells are irrelevant except as progenitors for
> populations.

Well, THAT sounds extreme.  An example of non-irrelevance of a single attached
cell would be a single attached cell with gene expression switched to the
"attached expression pattern" with a possible consequence being the ability
to stimulate (adjacent) attachment of additional cells of either the same or a 
different species.

rapr at med.pitt.edu

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