cytothesis

cytothesis

 [si-toth´ĕ-sis]
restitution of cells to their normal condition.

cy·toth·e·sis

(sī-toth'ĕ-sis),
The repair of injury in a cell; the restoration of cells.
[cyto- + G. thesis, a placing]

cy·toth·e·sis

(sī-toth'ĕ-sis)
The repair of injury in a cell; the restoration of cells.
[cyto- + G. thesis, a placing]
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It is synchronous between A[beta] deposition, Tau hyperphosphorylation and neural synapse degeneration, hypocytometabolism, cytothesis impairment.
Because of 2-AAF-limited hepatocyte cytothesis and PH, liver damage occurred persistently to induce the dysfunction of hepatic cells on albumin synthesis and deactivation of various enzymes.
For efficient cytothesis, they extract potentially autologous regenerative cells and expand cells in vitro before replacing degenerated tissue.