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em·bry·o·noid

(em'brē-ō-noyd'),
Resembling an embryo or a fetus.
Synonym(s): embryoid, embryoniform
[embryo- + G. eidos, appearance]

embryoid

(ĕm′brē-oid′)
n.
A mass of plant or animal cells that resembles an embryo.
adj.
Resembling an embryo.
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Two tests were run with cyclophosphamide: one included the newly developed liver/embryoid body test, and the other involved embryoid bodies alone without liver microtissues.
Zhang, "Formation of welldefined embryoid bodies from dissociated human induced pluripotent stem cells using microfabricated cell-repellent microwell arrays," Scientific Reports, vol.
The key enzyme of the sialic acid metabolism is involved in embryoid body formation and expression of marker genes of germ layer formation.
However, cardiac embryoid bodies seemed more similar to their undifferentiated precursors than to the neural precursors, but RAGE level in their differentiated progenies, as in fibroblast and endothelial cells decreased similarly to the CML.
Movahedin, "Formation of embryoid bodies from mouse embryonic stem cells cultured on silicon-coated surfaces," Cytotechnology, vol.
Embryoid bodies are three-dimensional aggregates of embryonic pluripotent stem cells.
To validate the system and demonstrate proof-of-concept for its utility in embryoid body formation, production of CD14+CD45+ monocytes from pluripotent stem cells using an embryoid body method was successfully automated on the Biomek 2000 (Eric Zluhan, 2014, manuscript in preparation).
Butwhen MUSE cells are cultured as single cell, they proliferate and form a cluster, which is identical to an embryoid body of ES cells.
Untreated polystyrene plates are the lab tool of choice for growing embryoid bodies and other cells where cell attachment needs to be reduced or avoided.
Thalidomide inhibits angiogenesis in embryoid bodies by the generation of hydroxyl radicals.