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The first phase of the Pentagon’s plan to regrow soldiers’ limbs is complete; scientists managed to turn human skin into the equivalent of a blastema — a mass of undifferentiated cells that can develop into new body parts.
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Origin and Etymology of blastema
New Latin, from Greek blastēma offshoot, from blastanein
First Known Use: circa 1823See Words from the same year
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