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Date: October 26, 2006 12:07 PM
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LIFESPAN OF SOME CELLS IN THE HUMAN BODY

CELL TYPE

LIFESPAN

Granulocytes:eosinophils basophils, neutrophils

10 hours to 3 days

Stomach lining cells

2 days

Sperm cells

2-3 days

Stomach lining cells

2 days

Colon cells

3-4 days

Epithelia of small intestine

1 week or less

Platelets

10 days

Skin epidermal cells

2 - 4 weeks

Lymphocytes

2 months - a year (highly variable)

Red blood cells

4 months

Stomach lining cells

2 days

Macrophages

months - years

Endothelial cells

months - years

Pancreas cells

1 year or more

Bone Cells

25 - 30 years

 

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