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cy·brid

(sī'brid),
A cell with cytoplasm from two different cells as a result of cell hybridization.
[cell + hybrid]

cybrid

(sī′brĭd′)
n.
1. A cell that has nuclear DNA from one source and cytoplasmic DNA from another, such as a nonhuman animal cell that has had its nucleus replaced by the nucleus of a human somatic cell.
2. A cell line or organism derived from a cybrid cell.
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1 [micro]M) showed 75% inhibition of estrogen activity in VM7Luc4E2 human breast carcinoma cells after 24 h, and reduced mitochondrial oxygen consumption in osteosarcoma cybrids by 81% after 10 min (Figure 4A).
2005) Severe impairment of complex I-driven adenosine triphosphate synthesis in leber hereditary optic neuropathy cybrids.
Among these was the prominent geneticist Mary Seller, whose commentary on cybrids was published in the influential Christian weekly The Tablet:
Production and characterization of intergeneric diploid cybrids derived from symmetric fusion between Microcitrus papuana Swingle and sour orange (Citrus aurantium).
Two cybrids within the adenocarcinoma A549 nuclear background were intended to harbor the m.
A decline in complex I-sustained cell respiration and ATP production has been reported in assays performed on isolated mitochondria derived from muscle, Epstein-Barr Virus- (EBV-) transformed leukocytes, peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMCs), and cybrids [11-15].
Flow cytometry, SSR and modifield AFLP markers for the identification of zygotic plantlets in backcrosses between "Femminelo" lemon cybrids (2n and 4n) and diploid clone of "Femminelo" lemon (Citrus limon L.
A novel system for assigning the mode of inheritance in mitochondrial disorders using cybrids and rhodamine 6G.
As these mtDNA-reconstituted cells were cytoplasmic hybrids (arising through a combination of nucleated and nonnucleated cell preparations), (128) they met criteria for a previously created term, cybrids.
Set 1,000 years in the future, the game tells the story of two brothers at war against each other and the sudden invasion of cybrids -- mechanical beings seeking to destroy all humanity.
Sager, "Tumorigenicity and its suppression in cybrids of mouse and Chinese hamster cell lines," Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol.