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cell lineage

the developmental history of a cell from the ZYGOTE.
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(E) The cell lineage of the notochord cells from the 8-cell stage until the 64-cell stage according to Nishida (1987), Cell lineage analysis in ascidian embryos by intracellular injection of a tracer enzyme.
These toxicant-induced pathogenic responses are most likely the result of altered gene expression associated with altered cell production and cell differentiation involved in the establishment of cell lineages leading to the structural and functional character of the tissues, organs, and systems that arise from these lineages.
The presence of Birbeck granules was confirmed by electron microscopy, confirming the Langerhans cell lineage of the tumour (Figure 6).
Kubes et al., "Umbilical cord blood cells CD133+/CD133- cultivation in neural proliferation media differentiates towards neural cell lineages," Archives of Medical Research, vol.
214) stated in their paper on embryonic cell lineage of Patella vulgata: "The region anterior to the prototroch, the so-called pretrochal area, gives rise to the head" and "the region posterior to the prototroch, the so-called postrochal area, gives rise to the rest of the adult body" (italics added).
First in mouse models, then in humans, the study team identified a new cell lineage, which they called alveolar epithelial progenitor (AEP) cells.
In approximately 5% to 40% of systemic mastocytosis cases, an associated hematologic nonmast cell lineage disease (AHNMD) is diagnosed simultaneously with, before, or after the diagnosis of systemic mastocytosis.
Although the expression of some genes is common between embryonic and adult skeletogenesis, the cell lineage of adult skeletogenic cells is not known.
(Baltimore, MD; 410-522-5005) announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued United States Patent 5,736,396, containing broad claims involving the induction of human mesenchymal stem cells into specific cell lineage pathways for the regeneration of multiple structural and connective tissues.