cytoplasmic matrix

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cy·to·plas·mic ma·trix

a fluid cytoplasmic substance filling the interstices of the cytoskeleton.
Synonym(s): cell matrix, cytomatrix
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For example, cellular response, cell-cell or cell matrix interactions, immune response, infection or bacterial/virus/nanoparticle uptake processes are just some of the applications that can be investigated with the OT-AFM platform.
one of the world's largest solar power companies, today announced that working together with Empowered by Light, in partnership with the GivePower Foundation, it has donated 30 kW solar panels with 72 poly cell matrix, CS6X-P, to the first mini-grid systems in Virunga National Park -- installed in August 2016.
According to the contract, Canadian Solar will deliver to EDF RE a total of 83,000 pieces of custom specific CS6X-P solar modules in a 7 x 12 cell matrix with dual UL and IEC 1000V certification.
Phase III: Evaluation of healing potential of the tissue engineered cell matrix construct in full thickness skin wound healing
To investigate the anti-metastatic effect of ginsenoside Rd in HepG2 cells, wound healing, cell matrix adhesion, and migration assays were performed.
The liquids are heated electrically via thin metal wires laid out on a 100x100 cell matrix, which greatly reduces the system's bulkiness.
One of OceanBASIS' top projects under development is a marine collagen scaffold designed for use as a stem cell matrix in cartilage-repairing surgeries.
The researchers built a novel type of stem cell matrix, or scaffold, whose stiffness can be adjusted without altering its chemical composition, which cannot be done with conventional stem cell growth matrices, Fu said.
signaling), cell matrix adhesions in three dimensions, cell-cell junctions, signaling to and through the endothelial adherens junction, gap junctions (connexin functions), tight junctions in simple and stratified epithelium, desmosomes in development and disease, cadherin trafficking and junction dynamics, and cross-talk in cell-cell and cell-matrix adhesions.
The technology behind the system was provided by Certus Technology, and is headed by Dr Mike Briggs, of the Wellcome Trust Centre For Cell Matrix Research in Manchester.
It upregulates proteinase activity, triggering movement of enzymes to the cell surface; organizes and directs tumor cells; stimulates cell proliferation; and makes cell membranes more fluid, thus allowing tumor cells to "squeeze through the tight walls of the cell matrix.
It upregulates proteinase activity, triggering movement of enzymes to the cell surface; organizes and directs tumor cells: stimulates cell proliferation; and makes cell membranes more fluid, thus allowing tumor cells to "squeeze through the tight walls of the cell matrix.