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Cell differentiation is evidently not a one-way street, as previously believed.

Meanwhile, many department store chains made the wrong bets, investing more heavily in store expansion while underinvesting in merchandise differentiation and e-commerce strategies.

From Vox

Its main differentiation from MOOCs is that it’s live and has teacher assistants.

Jiko’s unusual, slow-and-steady approach isn’t its only point of differentiation.

From Fortune

It’s a far more aggressive point of differentiation than Microsoft is actively signalling in the marketplace now.

From Digiday

The answer: standing apart (self-differentiation was the term he used) and staying connected.

Stem cell differentiation involves a plethora of regulatory factors and signals that are in a constant state of flux.

The result is a great deal of imitation, combined with small efforts at differentiation and innovation.

In the summer, tomatoes rule the kitchen, even if few know how to prepare them with any differentiation.

Besides the differentiation of germ-cells there are rather obvious differences in the bodies of the two sexes.

In other words, what is the nature of the process of differentiation into male and female which it sets in motion?

There must be a differentiation between them, and a differentiation that will clearly meet the various uses to which they are put.

It is worthy of note that as the distance away from the center of differentiation increases, the number of species decreases.

A secondary center of differentiation is apparent in the low, hot valleys of central California.


On this page you'll find 22 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to differentiation, such as: contrast, demarcation, difference, discernment, discrimination, and disparity.

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