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neuroblast

 [noor´o-blast]
an embryonic cell from which nervous tissue is formed.

neu·ro·blast

(nū'rō-blast),
An embryonic nerve cell.
[neuro- + G. blastos, germ]

neuroblast

/neu·ro·blast/ (noor´o-blast) an embryonic cell that develops into a nerve cell or neuron.

neuroblast

(no͝or′ə-blăst′, nyo͝or′-)
n.
An embryonic cell from which a nerve cell develops.

neuroblast

[noo͡r′əblast]
Etymology: Gk, neuron + blastos, germ
any embryonic cell that develops into a functional neuron; an immature nerve cell. neuroblastic, adj.

neu·ro·blast

(nūr'ō-blast)
An embryonic nerve cell.
[neuro- + G. blastos, germ]

neuroblast

A cell in the embryo that gives rise to nerve cells.

neuroblast

the cell that subsequently forms a neurone.

neuroblast

an embryonic cell from which nervous tissue is formed.
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Briefly, human IGR-N-91 neuroblasts derived from an involved BM collected from a stage 4 disease >1-year-old NB patient were injected subcutaneously into nude mice to give rise to a stage 4 disease.
Localization of epidermal growth factor receptors and putative neuroblasts in human subependymal zone.
In the first instance fetal VM tissue containing mesencephalic DA neuroblasts will be used, with the expectation that this will pave the way for bigger trials using dopaminergic neurons derived from stem cells.
The neuroblastoma metastatic-cell model, IGR-N-91, was derived from a high-risk neuroblastoma through in vitro culture of malignant neuroblasts that had been collected from the bone marrow of an 8-year-old boy and then xenografted into nude mice, as has been described (20).
In neuroblastoma, the neuroblasts never mature, they divide and grow into tumours.
26,28-30) While cords of medullary epithelium may be diagnostic of medulloepithelioma, the absence of malignant neuroblasts, or cells with sarcomatous features, does not exclude the possibility of malignancy.
These influences on hippocampal plasticity are mediated by the modulation of the gamma-aminobutyric acid receptor complex A (GABA(A)) receptors present on hippocampal neuroblasts.
Subventricular zone (SVZ) GFAP-expressing cells labeled by a cell-type-specific viral infection method were found to generate neuroblasts that migrated toward the injured striatum after middle cerebral artery occlusion.
Two main cell types are found in the SVZ: migratory, proliferating neuroblasts and astrocytes.
From the ventricles (neural tubes), the neuroblasts arise, differentiate and migrate peripherally.