neuroepithelial


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.
Related to neuroepithelial: neuroepithelial body

neu·ro·ep·i·the·li·al

(nū'rō-ep'i-thē'lē-ăl),
Relating to the neuroepithelium.

neu·ro·ep·i·the·li·al

(nūr'ō-ep-i-thē'lē-ăl)
Relating to the neuroepithelium.

neuroepithelial

pertaining to the neuroepithelium.

neuroepithelial body
an APUD respiratory system cell occurring in the bronchiolar mucosa either singly or as small aggregates.
References in periodicals archive ?
Open neural tube defects: immunocytochemical demonstration of neuroepithelial cells in amniotic fluid.
Terskikh claims that the new protocol avoids this by using efficient conversion of hESCs into primary neuroepithelial cells without the extensive passaging.
Abstract: A colloid cyst, also called a neuroepithelial cyst, is a slow-growing, benign tumor that occurs in the anterior third ventricle.
Selective in vitro blockade of neuroepithelial cell proliferation by methylazoxymethanol, a molecule capable of inducing long lasting functional impairments.
Borgmann-Winter will discuss her study of olfactory neuroepithelial tissues as a model in which to examine the effects of antipsychotics on intracellular signaling pathways implicated in cell death or survival.
Olfactory neuroblastomas are thought to arise from the specialized sensory neuroepithelial (neuroectodermal) olfactory cells that are normally found in the upper part of the nasal cavity, usually including the cribriform plate of the ethmoid sinus.
Each papilla comprises a group of densely stained ciliated neuroepithelial cells, surrounded by lightly stained supporting epithelial cells bearing microvilli.
In ovo electroporation drives the GFP-encoding construct into neuroepithelial cells in only one half of the neural tube; the other half serves as an excellent control.
The ototoxic effect on the neuroepithelial cells of the inner ear may produce cochlear damage, vestibular impairment, or both (24, 26, 31-32).
The ability to produce a renewable supply of neuroepithelial cells that can be reliably induced to become motor neurons greatly benefits the potential for using embryonic stem cells as therapeutic agents to repair and regenerate neural tissue damaged by trauma or disease.
A small subset of renal neoplasms composed of small blue cells, such as lymphoma, synovialsarcoma, neuroblastoma, small cell carcinoma, Wilms tumor, and Ewing sarcoma/primitive neuroepithelial tumor, can occur in the kidney and distinguishing them can be difficult on morphologic examination alone.
Morphometric estimates of the numeric cell density of OSNs immunohistochemically reactive for OMP (protein indicator of mature OSNs) were determined via light microscopy (790 x final magnification) by counting the number of nuclear profiles of these immunoreactive neuroepithelial cells in the OE lining the medial surface of 2E in T3 (Figure 1) and dividing by the length of the underlying basal lamina.