endodermal cell

en·do·der·mal cell

embryonic cells forming the yolk sac and giving rise to the epithelium of the alimentary and respiratory tracts and to the parenchyma of associated glands.
Synonym(s): entodermal cell
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It primarily accumulates in the lateral endodermal cell walls.
The cells then were coaxed into forming either ectodermal, mesodermal, or endodermal cell types-the most basic cells of early development-or specialized brain cells.
The concurrent production of mucinlike substances and thyroglobulin in some tumors[11,32,33] has suggested the so-called "dual differentiation" hypothesis,[33] which assumes differentiation of a primitive endodermal cell along both an endocrine and a mucus-secreting line.
A combined preclinical and clinical project will search recipient and implant conditions for formation and maturation of beta cells in subcutaneous implants of device-encapsulated pancreatic endodermal cells that are derived from human embryonic stem cells (hu-ES) and manufactured for clinical studies.
We observed that endodermal cells comprise the outer cell layers of the EB, as shown by the presence of the endodermal marker GATA4 (Figure 1B).
Changes in the morphology of the endodermal cells were observed in vitro, including an increase in the size and a change in the shape from longitudinal to isodiametric (Figure 1).
Aquaporins exist in root cortical and endodermal cells and help generate or resolve pressure of water flow (Vandeleur et al.
It is hoped they can be turned safely into liver and pancreas cells, known as endodermal cells, which can help the body produce the insulin many diabetics lack.
It turns out that the gene regulates the formation of a certain type of embryonic cell, called endodermal cells, which in turn help direct the development of other tissue involved in facial development.
Lingual foregut duplication cysts are believed to arise from endodermal cells that become trapped during the fusion of the lateral lingual swelling (distal tongue bud) and the tuberculum impar (median tongue bud) in the 3- to 4-mm embryo.
The main difference between aluminum includers and excluders is suggested to be the permeability of the endodermal cells to [Al.
12) Either developmental rests or differentiation of multipotent endodermal cells can lead to the development of ciliated cysts.