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pro·lif·er·ate

(prō-lif'ĕr-āt),
To grow and increase in number by means of reproduction of similar forms.
[L. proles, offspring, + fero, to bear]

proliferate

(prə-lĭf′ə-rāt′)
v. prolifer·ated, prolifer·ating, prolifer·ates
v.intr.
To grow or multiply by rapidly producing new tissue, parts, cells, or offspring.

pro·lif′er·a′tion n.
pro·lif′er·a′tive adj.
pro·lif′er·a′tor n.

pro·lif·er·ate

(prŏ-lif'ĕr-āt)
To grow and increase in number by means of reproduction of similar forms.
[L. proles, offspring, + fero, to bear]

proliferate

grow/increase in number

pro·lif·er·ate

(prŏ-lif'ĕr-āt)
To grow and increase in number by reproduction of similar forms.
[L. proles, offspring, + fero, to bear]
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The presence of abrupt keratinization, minimal pleomorphism, low mitotic activity, sharp circumscription, foci indistinguishable from a trichilemmal cyst, calcification, and absence of a premalignant lesion such as actinic keratosis help to differentiate proliferating trichilemmal tumor from squamous cell carcinoma.
Repair of DNA damage induced by oxygen radicals in human non-proliferating and proliferating lymphocytes.
The cells actually stopped proliferating," said Yokoyama, adding, "If you had to predict the outcome, you would've predicted exactly the opposite of what occurred.
Adult entertainment businesses are proliferating in Los Angeles as never before, both in number and variety,'' Miscikowski said, adding that the new businesses could be responsible for increases in crime and ``the deterioration of the quality of life in or adjacent to the neighborhoods where these businesses are located.
Indeed, tumor cells that get rid of their double minute chromosomes often have greater difficulty proliferating or become more vulnerable to cancer drugs.
During pregnancy, when breast cells are proliferating rapidly, hormones induce cells to make extra BRCA1 protein to keep cell growth from running out of control, scientists said.
The research also confirmed that in normal cells, KSP is most abundant in proliferating human tissues and absent from non-proliferating nerve cells.
This hypothetical complex may monitor the integrity of DNA in rapidly proliferating or differentiating cells, propose Bradley and other scientists.
Multi-channel sequence generation is clearly a key enabling technology for automating and proliferating the sVM process for SoC and chip-level verification.
Under a backdrop of news proliferating on the controversial Italian fertility, responsible leading researchers, scientists, physicians, and entrepreneurs in cell biology, gene therapy, tissue engineering, therapeutic cloning and stem cells, and related fields will seriously discuss and report on stem cell technologies as a potential for curing human disease.
Since the proliferating genetic bits are trios of nucleotides, the fundamental building blocks of DNA, investigators call these disorders triplet repeat diseases.