neosis

neosis

(nē-ō′sĭs) [” + Gr. -sis, condition or state]
A novel form of cell division in cancer cells, in which genetic material from the malignant cell separates by budding from its nucleus, followed by cytokinesis and the production of daughter cells with a uniquely long mitotic life span.
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Baijal, who joined Radia's firm Neosis as a director after retiring from service, had been raided by the agency last week.
LA MISMA EXPRESION ARISTOTELICA NOESIS NOESEOS NEOSIS ES EQUIVOCADA.