neuroglioma

neuroglioma

 [noor″o-gli-o´mah]
neuroglioma gangliona´re ganglioneuroma.

neuroglioma

(nu?ro-gli-o'ma) [Gr. neuron, nerve, + glia, glue, + oma, tumor] Glioma.

neuroglioma ganglionare

A glioma containing ganglion cells. Synonym: ganglioneuroma
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miRNA1271 inhibits cell proliferation in neuroglioma by targeting fibronectin 1.
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Indeed, aside from RGD, new evidence uncovered that the Phe-Glu-IIe (FEI) domain at the downstream of RGD acts synergistically with RGD to support the adhesion of the human brain neuroglioma cell (H4 cell) [22] to the Npnt-coated substratum.
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Interestingly, ceramide influences the stabilisation of the enzyme [beta]-secretase (BACE1), responsible for the cleavage of the amyloid precursor protein (APP) to form A[beta] peptide [57] in human neuroglioma cells.
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