mitogenic


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mi·to·gen·ic

(mī'tō-jen'ik),
Causing mitosis or transformation.

mi·to·gen·ic

(mī-tō-jen'ik)
Causing mitosis or transformation.
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This combination can strongly inhibit mitogenic and survival signaling to inhibit cell proliferation and induce cell death in melanoma cancer cells.
Essential role for Rac in heregulin [31 mitogenic signaling: a mechanism that involves epidermal growth factor receptor and is independent of ErbB4.
Time--and dose-dependent mitogenic effect of basic fibroblast growth factor combined with different bone graft materials: an in vitro study.
15) The property of "mitogenicity," or the presence of any mitoses in the dermis, was included in the definition of VGP because a few cases were found to have metastasized that were mitogenic but not tumorigenic.
Glargine had an increased insulin-like growth factor 1-receptor affinity and mitogenic potency compared to human insulin.
Higher social support is robustly associated with higher NK cell activity and mitogenic leukocyte responsiveness in those under stress, whereas chronically abrasive close personal relationships are seen to provoke persistent immune downregulation.
30) FQs exert their immunomodulatory effects preferentially in the presence of an additional stimulus such as that provided by mitogenic lectins or the lipopolysaccharide (LPS) released by gram-negative bacteria as endotoxin.
The mitogenic action is mediated through binding of phosphorylated IRS1/2 or Shc with Grb-2/SOS complex leading to p21Ras and Raf-1 activation of mitogen-activated protein kinase pathway (MAPK) (21).
10) the sera of patients with SCI were incubated with osteoblasts of fetal rats 12 weeks after the event, a significant increase in serum mitogenic activity was observed, but no significant difference was found when the patients with HO were compared with the other patients and healthy controls.
3,13] Finally, it has been well demonstrated that the response of the renal epithelial cells to oxalate ions and/or CaOx crystals was biphasic where mitogenic effect occurred at low concentrations, and toxic effect occurred at high concentrations.
8) Studies have shown that the strain Lactobacillus Rosell-52 was able to induce the production of antibodies in a nonspecific fashion owing to a mitogenic effect on B cells, thus increasing the pool of antibodies in the gut lumen that were ready to react to infections.
10) These inflammatory processes result in airway remodelling through the release of pro-inflammatory, mitogenic factors.