cytodifferentiation

cytodifferentiation

 [si″to-dif″er-en″she-a´shun]
the development of specialized structures and functions in embryonic cells.
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(69) confirmed this result studying odontoblast-like cytodifferentiation of human dental pulp cells in vitro' in the presence of a calcium hydroxide-containing cement.
Tompkins, "Molecular mechanisms of cytodifferentiation in mammalian tooth development," Connective Tissue Research, vol.
Background and Objective: Thyroid plays hormone essential role in normal growth, cytodifferentiation and proliferation and can have an influence on normal development of the salivary glands.
In the article titled "Establishment of a Consistent L929 Bioassay System for TNF-[alpha] Quantitation to Evaluate the Effect of Lipopolysaccharide, Phytomitogens, and Cytodifferentiation Agents on Cytotoxicity of TNF-[alpha] Secreted by Adherent Human Mononuclear Cells" [1], the figures were missing due to a publisher error.
Acinic cell carcinoma is considered to occur due to neoplastic proliferation and aberrant cytodifferentiation of pluripotent reserve stem cells that is normally situated at the acinar intercalated duct junction and/or in the intercalated duct proper of salivary glands.
(1980) Direct evidence for cytodifferentiation to tracheary elements without intervening mitosis in a culture of single cells isolated from the mesophyll of Zinnia elegans.
Thompson, "Expression of smooth muscle-specific a-isoactin in cultured vascular smooth muscle cells: relationship between growth and cytodifferentiation," Journal of Cell Biology, vol.
Urothelial injuries and the early wound healing response: Tight junctions and urothelial cytodifferentiation. Histodiem Cell Biol 2005;123:529-39.
(27,28) Occasionally, when there is a need to distinguish an adrenal cortical adenoma from another tumor, one can confirm the adrenal cortical origin by demonstrating positivity for universal markers of adrenal cortical cytodifferentiation, including steroidogenic factor-1, Melan-A (clone A103), calretinin, synaptophysin, and [alpha]-inhibin.
Nagahama, Y., Cytodifferentiation of ovarian follicles during oocyte growth and maturation", In: G.