pluripotential


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plu·rip·o·tent

, pluripotential (plū-rip'ŏ-tĕnt, plū'rē-pō-ten'shăl),
1. Having the capacity to affect more than one organ or tissue.
See also: pluripotent cells.
2. Not fixed as to potential development.
See also: pluripotent cells.

plu·rip·o·tent

, pluripotential (plūr-ip'ŏ-tĕnt, plūr'ē-pŏ-ten'shăl)
1. Having the capacity to affect more than one organ or tissue.
2. Not fixed as to potential development.

pluripotent

, pluripotential (ploo-rip′ŏt-ĕnt) (ploor″ĭ-pŏ-ten′shăl) [″ + potentia, power]
1. Concerning an embryonic cell that can form different kinds of cells.
2. Having a number of different actions.

pluripotential

characterized by pluripotentiality.
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Modulation of murine pluripotential stem cell proliferation in vivo by lithium carbonate.
Pluripotential differentiation capability of human adipose-derived stem cells in a novel fibrin-agarose scaffold.
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This finding supports the concept that MDB-forming hepatocytes have progenitor and pluripotential properties and eventually may transform into TISC cells.
12,13] Pluripotential cells of the endomesenchymal tract could develop into a variety of tissues consisting principally of mesodermal elements.
16) Jain proposed metastasis from an undetected primary pancreas tumor and development of a tumor in an aberrant location from the local pluripotential stem cell with the potential for "divergent differentiation as the two alternative theories.
Transplantation of pluripotential nuclei from triploid frog tumors.
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