"Waddington, in his proposed epigenetic landscape, envisioned that cellular differentiation is like a ball rolls down a landscape of hills with valleys where the endpoint of each valley represent a discrete cell type. The potential of the ball (cell) to choose different valleys (cell fates) gradually decreased at each bifurcation point."
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