myoblastic


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my·o·blas·tic

(mī'ō-blas'tik),
Relating to a myoblast or to the mode of formation of muscle cells.

my·o·blas·tic

(mī'ō-blas'tik)
Relating to a myoblast or to the mode of formation of muscle cells.
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com)-- Staff at Onyria Resorts, parent company of Great Hotels of the World member Quinta da Marinha, have organised a 260km race in support of a young staff employee recently diagnosed with Acute Myoblastic Leukemia.
In vitro studies have shown that myoblastic cell lines in mice can differentiate into osteoblastic lineage cells upon stimulation with bone morphogenic protein.
Certainly natural or synthetic compounds that can induce PRDM16 in white fat precursors or in myoblastic cells could have great value in human metabolic disease," the researchers wrote in Nature in 2009.
3] on the morphologic and biochemical differentiation of myoblastic cells in vitro and in an in vivo mouse model with skeletal muscle regeneration after glycerol injury.
Arsenic inhibits myogenic differentiation in myoblastic cells.
Culturing HSCs on uncoated plastic plates is known to cause spontaneous activation, leading to myoblastic phenotype, mimicking the process seen in vivo.
Another portion courses ventrally, terminating deep to the platysma myoblastic lamina.
Granular cell tumor, first described in 1856, has a long history of names (eg, myoblastic myoma) implying putative pathogenesis.
Early suggestions of a myoblastic origin have been discounted, and most investigators currently favor a Schwann cell derivation based on immunohistochemical and electron microscopic findings.