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We suggest that it may be possible for the cell cycles of neighboring biological cells to become spontaneously synchronized, e.g., in the presence of defects or disease. We are not proposing that spontaneous synchronization of cycles between neighboring cells is necessarily common or permanent. Rather, we suggest that temporary islands or "domains" of cells with synchronized cell cycles can form and exhibit collective behavior for some time, before disappearing. We suggest that a cell withdoi:10.6084/m9.figshare.4989719.v1 fatcat:j4aqkjj7z5bi7gqnrdhsfybq5q