clonogenic cell

clo·no·gen·ic cell

a cell that has the potential to proliferate and give rise to a colony of cells; some daughter cells from each generation retain this potential to proliferate.

clonogenic cell

[klō′nōjen′ik]
a cell that can proliferate into a colony of genetically identical cells.
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Aldehyde dehydrogenase activity is significantly higher in the clonogenic cell population than it is in nonstem tumor cells.
1) on lung cancer cells proliferation, clonogenic cell growth and expression of lung cancer markers and cancer-related genes.
The Bowman-Birk protease inhibitor enhances clonogenic cell survival of ionizing radiation-treated nucleotide excision repair-competent cells but not of xeroderma pigmentosum cells.
Evidence that the clonogenic cell in multiple myeloma originates from a pre switched butsomati cally mutated B cell.