notochordal


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Related to notochordal: notochordal canal, notochordal process

no·to·chor·dal

(nō'tō-kōr'dăl),
Relating to the notochord.

no·to·chor·dal

(nō-tō-kōr'dăl)
Relating to the notochord.
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The regenerative capacity of the notochordal cell tissue constructs generated in vitro under hypoxic conditions.
A role for Pax-1 as a mediator of notochordal signals during dorsoventral specification of vertebrae.
Measurements were made from the midpoint of the notochordal remnant of the full bow-tie to the opaque growth bands at points along the internal corpus calcareum.
The fossil has a widely opened notochordal canal suggesting it represents a larval individual (Rogers 1985).
The notochordal plate is interposed between the foregut and the neuroectoderm during the 3rd week of embryonic life.
Chordomas are rare tumors of notochordal origin that arise along the vertebral axis.
Ecchordosis physaliphora (EP) is a benign congenital hamartoma of the ectopic notochordal remnant, accounting for 0.
INTRODUCTION: Chordomas are generally slow growing malignant neoplasms of presumed notochordal origin.
They represent a communication between notochordal remnants and the pharyngeal endoderm.