glioblast


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gli·o·blast

(glī'ō-blast),
An early neural cell developing, like the neuroblast, from the early ependymal cell of the neural tube; gives rise to ependymal cells, astrocytes, and oligodendrocytes.
See also: spongioblast.
[glio- + G. blastos, germ]

gli·o·blast

(glī'ō-blast)
An early neural cell developing from the early ependymal cell of the neural tube; gives rise to neuroglial and ependymal cells, astrocytes, and oligodendrocytes.
See also: spongioblast
[glio- + G. blastos, germ]

glioblast

spongioblast.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-October 31, 2016-Novogen announces acquisition of Glioblast for AUD2.
Australia-based biotechnology company Novogen Ltd (ASX: NRT; NASDAQ: NVGN) revealed on Monday that it has fully-acquired Glioblast Pty Ltd, an Australian privately-held, neuro-oncology-focused biotechnology company.
Shareholders of Glioblast will also qualify for further payments in cash or equity on the achievement of performance-related milestones.
Sydney, Australia-based oncology-focused biotechnology company Novogen Ltd (ASX: NRT; NASDAQ: NVGN) has acquired Australia-based biotechnology company Glioblast Pty Ltd in a stock and cash transaction valued at USD 1.
31 October 2016 - Sydney, Australia-based oncology-focused biotechnology company Novogen Ltd (ASX: NRT; NASDAQ: NVGN) has acquired Australia-based biotechnology company Glioblast Pty Ltd in a stock and cash transaction valued at USD 1.
The shareholders of Glioblast will be eligible for further payments in cash or equity on the achievement of performance-related milestones.
The tumor like growths in different organs may include different cell types (ex: fibroblasts, angioblasts, glioblasts, neuroblasts and cardiac myoblasts).
Widespread, variably intense [Beta]III staining was present in the cytoplasm of overt astroglial phenotypes with multipolar fibrillary processes (Figure 2, a through f), in large "ganglioid" astroglial cells with prominent nucleoli and fibrillary cell processes (Figure 2, f), and in small anaplastic cells resembling "primitive" glioblasts (Figure 2, g).