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IMMUNE SYSTEM CELLS
DEVELOPMENT
PRECURSOR CELLS
INDIVIDUAL CELL
BETZ CELLS
NERVOUS SYSTEM
PARAFOLLICULAR CELLS
REED-STERNBERG CELLS
GLANDULAR CELLS
TH2 CELLS
SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELLS
CELLS FALL
INTESTINAL EPITHELIAL CELLS
NOTCH-MEDIATED CELL CYCLE ARREST
CEREBELLAR CORTEX
TARGET CELLS
FIG
SCHWANN CELLS
CELL TYPE
EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS
TOTIPOTENT
IGF-I-EXPRESSING CELLS
SYMMETRICAL POLYHEDRON
DIFFERENT FUNCTIONS
DIFFERENT BLOOD CELL TYPES
BLOOD CELL TYPES RED BLOOD CELLS
CELL DIAGRAM
ADULT ORGANISM
EUKARYOTIC CELL TYPES
NUMEROUS CELL TYPES
THREE BLOOD CELL TYPES
THREE CELL TYPES
SEVERAL CELL TYPES
DISTINCT CELL TYPES
VARIOUS CELL TYPES
SPECIALIZED CELL TYPES
TEETH
FUNCTIONS
MEDIUM
ACT
BODY
CHANGES
HIPPOCAMPUS
LEUKEMIA
INDUCTION
CORTICAL
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Definitions

  1. These cell types are specified by the secretion of Shh from the notochord (located ventrally to the neural tube), and later from the floor plate cells [ 6]. (Web site)
  2. These cell types are hooked together in stereotypical ways throughout the cerebellum. (Web site)
  3. The two cell types are easy to separate in vitro. (Web site)
  4. If all cell types are increased, consider hemoconcentration. (Web site)
  5. Certain cell types are more amenable to being grown in culture than others.

Immune System Cells

  1. Bone tumors are composed of a conglomeration of cell types including cancer and immune system cells. (Web site)

Development

  1. During early development, morphogen gradients generate different cell types in distinct spatial order. (Web site)

Precursor Cells

  1. A major question in developmental biology is how precursor cells give rise to diverse sets of differentiated cell types. (Web site)

Individual Cell

  1. Other approaches have started by generating the geometry for every individual cell, then grouping them into cell types and generating stellation diagrams.

Betz Cells

  1. Betz cells are considerably larger than any other cell types in this layer. (Web site)

Nervous System

  1. Part 1, Microscopic Anatomy, introduces the different cell types found in the nervous system.

Parafollicular Cells

  1. There are two cell types in the thyroid gland: follicular cells and parafollicular cells. (Web site)

Reed-Sternberg Cells

  1. Mixed cellularity refers to the presence of Reed-Sternberg cells and other cell types. (Web site)

Glandular Cells

  1. Although several other cell types are found in the prostate, over 99% of prostate cancers develop from glandular cells. (Web site)

Th2 Cells

  1. Indeed, it is entirely possible that the elusive signal 3 for Th2 cells is provided not by DCs but by other cell types in the tissue setting. (Web site)

Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

  1. Solid Oxide Fuel Cells are also the most sulfur-resistant fuel cell type; they can tolerate several orders of magnitude more sulfur than other cell types.

Cells Fall

  1. Due to the symmetry of the original polyhedron, the cells fall into symmetric sets, referred to as cell types.

Intestinal Epithelial Cells

  1. Cell types: intestinal intraepithelial lymphocytes (iIELs) reside between the basolateral faces of intestinal epithelial cells (IECs).

Notch-Mediated Cell Cycle Arrest

  1. Hence, repression of MCM proteins may represent a common downstream mechanism for Notch-mediated cell cycle arrest in some cell types. (Web site)

Cerebellar Cortex

  1. There are a few other cell types in cerebellar cortex, which can all be lumped into the category of inhibitory interneuron. (Web site)

Target Cells

  1. Biologically active clotting factors can be synthesized in many different cell types, so that there is latitude in choice of target cells. (Web site)

Fig

  1. As shown for other cell types (20), p58 also bound to Jurkat cells albeit at lower levels than intact VacA (Fig.

Schwann Cells

  1. The neural crest gives rise to a variety of cell types including Schwann cells of the peripheral nervous system. (Web site)

Cell Type

  1. Conditions that serve to sustain one cell type may not apply to other cell types, or even the same cell type from another species.

Embryonic Stem Cells

  1. The process of homologous recombination is more efficient in embryonic stem cells than in other cell types.

Totipotent

  1. A cell that is able to differentiate into all cell types, including the placental tissue, is known as totipotent. (Web site)

Igf-I-Expressing Cells

  1. However, the cell types of IGF-I-expressing cells and target cells of IGF-I in the pituitary glands are not known. (Web site)

Symmetrical Polyhedron

  1. For a symmetrical polyhedron, a shell may be made up of one or more cell types.

Different Functions

  1. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum is found in a variety of cell types (both animal and plant) and it serves different functions in each. (Web site)

Different Blood Cell Types

  1. Thus MPD involves the improper balance between production of different blood cell types just as much as it involves abnormality of any given blood cell type.

Blood Cell Types Red Blood Cells

  1. It is also important to ensure that the other blood cell types red blood cells, and white blood cells, are not also suppressed. (Web site)

Cell Diagram

  1. The fourth rule asks that the nodes in the cell diagram be connected, that is, that the cell types be connected to each other. (Web site)

Adult Organism

  1. A cell that is able to differentiate into all cell types of the adult organism is known as pluripotent. (Web site)

Eukaryotic Cell Types

  1. Although most cells have a single nucleus, some eukaryotic cell types have no nucleus, and others have many nuclei. (Web site)

Numerous Cell Types

  1. Some of the neural crest cells are very pluripotent, able to generate numerous cell types. (Web site)
  2. One of the most important and most numerous cell types is the red blood cell.

Three Blood Cell Types

  1. This occurs because the child's bone marrow fails to produce enough stem cells, the basic cells that give rise to the three blood cell types. (Web site)
  2. Damaged or dysfunctional stem cells are usually the main cause since these should mature and become any of the three blood cell types.

Three Cell Types

  1. The trochophore is a pear-shaped larva that develops 20-72 h after egg laying; the body includes the same three cell types as the previous stage. (Web site)

Several Cell Types

  1. In addition to its mitotrophic actions, IGF-I is known to prevent apoptosis induced by diverse stimuli in several cell types. (Web site)
  2. On a histology slide, it is apparent that there are several cell types in the pars distalis of the adenohypophysis (anterior pituitary). (Web site)

Distinct Cell Types

  1. The same mechanism is very likely to be employed by other similar developmental processes in the same context to generate distinct cell types in a tissue. (Web site)

Various Cell Types

  1. It leads to the various cell types that make up a human being (such as blood cells, kidney cells, and nerve cells). (Web site)
  2. Each layer in the cerebellar cortex contains the various cell types that comprise this circuitry. (Web site)
  3. Radioactively-labelled antisense mRNA can be used to show the level of transcription of genes in various cell types.

Specialized Cell Types

  1. It gives rise to dorsal root ganglia, chromaffin cells, Schwann cells, and other specialized cell types.
  2. A stem cell is a special kind of cell that has a unique capacity to renew itself and to give rise to specialized cell types. (Web site)

Teeth

  1. The dental pulp is a heterogeneous soft tissue located in the center of teeth, which contains a variety of cell types and extracellular matrix molecules. (Web site)

Functions

  1. In mammals, each adrenal gland is actually made up of two glands with different cell types, functions, and embryonic origins. (Web site)

Medium

  1. In both cell types, furin was the most effective in processing proPTH to PTH. In all cases only PTH was released into the medium. (Web site)
  2. Because of epigenetic features, different cell types grown within the same medium can retain very different properties. (Web site)

Act

  1. When APC is released from EPCR, it can act as a systemic anticoagulant by cleaving cofactors Va and VIIIa on various cell types. (Web site)

Body

  1. An ES cell is self-renewing (can replicate itself), pluripotent (can form all cell types found in the body) and theoretically is immortal.
  2. These isolated cells can turn into cells representative of the three germ layers, all the mature cell types of the body. (Web site)
  3. Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body. (Web site)

Changes

  1. As a stem cell matures it undergoes changes in gene expression that limit the cell types that it can become and moves it closer to a specific cell type. (Web site)

Hippocampus

  1. Amaral DG (1978) A Golgi study of cell types in the hilar region of the hippocampus in the rat.

Leukemia

  1. Blood cell counts and other blood tests: Changes in the numbers of different blood cell types and how the cells look under a microscope can suggest leukemia.

Induction

  1. Whether Shh acts directly to induce these cell types or whether their induction is mediated by additional factors is unknown. (Web site)
  2. Shh-null tissue fails to generate all cell types in the ventral tube, suggesting Shh is necessary for its induction.

Cortical

  1. The different cortical layers presents a characteristic distribution of cell types and connections with other cortical and subcortical regions. (Web site)
  2. The different cortical layers each contain a characteristic distribution of neuronal cell types and connections with other cortical and subcortical regions. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Nature > Life > Cells > Stem Cells
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  3. Anatomy > Tissues > Blood > Blood Cells
  4. Nature > Life > Cells > Glial Cells
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