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anlage

 [ahn´lah-geh] (pl. anla´gen) (Ger.)
primordium; the first beginnings of an organ or part in the developing embryo.

anlagen

A localized cell cluster in an embryo that develops into a particular body part in the mature organism.
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These two developmentally crucial enzyme complexes function at the hub of mammalian development; by binding to the regulatory regions of bivalent genes, they regulate the intricate balance between self-renewal of stem and progenitor cells and the execution of cellular differentiation.
In most cases a non-toxic inhibition of cell proliferation enhances the cellular differentiation state (Iatropoulos and Williams, 1996).
Immunohistochemically, perivascular myomas are stained frequently with anti-actin antibodies and rarely with anti-desmin antibodies, according to their degree of cellular differentiation.
3] acting through non-genomic pathways, results in cellular differentiation.
Kinases regulate a variety of essential cellular events-such as the ability of cells to enter and/or complete mitosis (division), cellular proliferation, cellular differentiation, the control of fat metabolism, immune responses, inflammatory response and the control of glycogen metabolism.
Headrick believes his work will aid understanding of cellular differentiation -- which determines how the myriad different cells in the human body develop from a single fertilized cell.
Early Arabidopsis embryos are therefore morphologically simple structures composed of diverse cell types making them ideal for determining the influence of small RNAs on fundamental cellular differentiation and reprogramming events.
From a to [alpha]; yeast as a model for cellular differentiation.
For repair of the lesion, the chemotactic ground substance enhances the attractiveness of the bioresorbable device for attachment of free precursor cells, chondrocytes and bone marrow stromal cells while biologic modifiers enable the device to mediate cellular activity and regulate cellular differentiation.
Such a cellular differentiation can in turn stimulate bone formation more aggressively as compared to a smooth implant surface.
Epigenetic phenomena are thought to influence cellular differentiation and cancer formation, as well as the impact of environmental factors on early development and later predispositions to disease.