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dif·fer·en·ti·at·ed

(dif'ĕr-en'shē-ā-tĕd),
Having a different character or function from the surrounding structures or from the original type; said of tissues, cells, or portions of the cytoplasm.
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The fourth component of the CIRCLE MAP, differentiated assessment, is the focal point of Chapter 5.
Moderately differentiated neuroendocrine carcinoma (atypical carcinoid) of the larynx: A clinically aggressive tumor.
Each stem cell line will have the genetic specificity of the lost embryo from which it came, not that of the recipient who might need its differentiated progeny.
Now they suspect that the sources of these "missing" stem cells are actually differentiated cells that retain the ability to revert back to a less differentiated state as necessary.
Network operators must also offer high value differentiated services with the lowest possible cost of delivery.
One hallmark of successful leadership in the future will be the ability to create and sustain a coherent vision of a highly differentiated and ever-changing service enterprise, an answer to the question, "What are we all doing here...now?" The overly simplistic answers of the past decade, "getting ready for managed care" or "contracting with managed care" will no longer suffice.
In this article, the authors present an integrative review of the evaluation research on differentiated nursing practice.
Of course, the model could have been more finely differentiated, for example, if one thinks about the discussion on the agro-capitalist character of East- Elbian manorhouse economy (which no longer generated only "old elite" at this time).
To date, differentiated VAT rates are applied in several countries around the world.
Among the truly naive are mouse embryonic stem cells (mESCs), while the primed variety includes the slightly more differentiated mouse epiblast stem cells (EpiSCs) as well as human ESCs (hESCs), which may not be true embryonic stem cells.
Smith, a consultant and speaker in math, curriculum and assessment, differentiated instruction, and collaborative teams, describes strategies and tools secondary teachers can use to differentiate realistically and practically to reach all students in math.

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