heterotypic


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heterotypic

 [het″er-o-tip´ik]
pertaining to, characteristic of, or belonging to a type different from the one being discussed or examined. adj., adj heterotyp´ical.

het·er·o·typ·ic

(het'ĕr-ō-tip'ik),
Of a different or unusual type or form.

heterotypic

(hĕt′ə-rō-tĭp′ĭk) also

heterotypical

(-ĭ-kəl)
adj.
1. Biology Of, relating to, or being the reduction division of meiosis.
2. Of a different type or form.

heterotypic

adjective Referring to interactions between dissimilar structures. For proteins, heterotypic refers to binding of one protein to another of a different kind, as would be the formation of a heterodimer. For cells, heterotypic refers to the binding of a cell to one or more cells of different lineage.

het·er·o·typ·ic

(het'ĕr-ō-tip'ik)
Of a different or unusual type or form.
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To address this problem, several heterotypic cell cultures have been developed.
The findings indicated that heterotypic pattern consisted of other types of prodromal symptoms, such as early anxiety and disorders of attention or behaviour.
The stimulation of MMP-3 is demonstrated to be dependent on heterotypic cell contacts between ECFCs and MSCs, with a significant reduction when MSC was replaced with MSC-CM [46].
Multiple psammoma bodies and heterotypic cells were also found in left thyroid lobe on intraoperative frozen section (Figure 2(c)).
Crestani, "Involvement of type 1 angiontensin II receptor (AT1) in cardiovascular changes induced by chronic emotional stress: comparison between homotypic and heterotypic stressors," Frontiers in Pharmacology, vol.
The nonneutralizing antibodies against heterotypic DENV in secondary infection was thought to be partially responsible for the severe dengue due to the antibody-dependent enhancement (ADE) [3].
This could represent coinfection with various serotypes concurrently (true positive), a heterotypic antibody response (false positive) to infection by a single serotype, or past infections by different serotypes at various time periods (old and new infections) [13].
Bone marrow smear and biopsy showed active hyperplasia, immature lymphocytes accounting for 3%, and heterotypic large cells having a scattered distribution (Figure 4).
Pathological findings revealed a well-demarcated tumor originating from the muscular layer at the tip of the appendix and spindle-shaped heterotypic cells proliferating in a bundle.
In this study, therapeutic potential of heterotypic pseudoislets generated from INS-1 [beta] cells and the cholinergic cell line NG108-15 was examined.