Tissue reorganizing events, such as: (a) parenchyma homogenization; (b) occurrence of hyperplasia; (c) occurrence of cell hypertrophy or hypotrophy; (d) increment in the density of trichomes/emergences; (e) redifferentiation
of a nutritive tissue and/or a storage tissue; (f) redifferentiation
of a mechanical layer; (g) hypertrophy of vascular bundles; and (h) neoformation (or redifferentiation
) of specialized structures are discussed in the following sections.
Enhancing their stem cell features may induce their capacity for self-renewal until redifferentiation
therapy with retinoids: therapeutic option for advanced follicular and papillary thyroid carcinoma.
The results may be helpful in artificial inducing of dedifferentiation and redifferentiation
of differentiated oocytes.
Moreover, clinical applications require subsequent redifferentiation
into a specific cell type, and undifferentiated iPSCs maybecome tumorigenic by incomplete differentiation of iPSCs.
In the last 10 years about ninety chalcones with antitumor activities were reported  through induction of apoptosis, cell signal transduction, redifferentiation
, and induction of apoptosis under hypoxia [1, 21, 22, 47].
Chameettachal et al., "Enhanced redifferentiation
of chondrocytes on microperiodic silk/gelatin scaffolds: toward tailor-made tissue engineering," Biomacromolecules, vol.
of tissues from ATC upon the reintroduction of wild type p53 and the restoration of cellular responsiveness to physiologic stimuli, such as thyroid stimulating hormone and reexpression of thyroid peroxidase [38, 52], strongly support this hypothesis.
Ueda et al., "Redifferentiation
of smooth muscle cells after coronary angioplasty determined via myosin heavy chain expression," Circulation, vol.
Here, to attribute the redifferentiation
and aggressiveness reduction responsible for therapeutic role of VPA in thyroid carcinoma cell lines, we treated ATC (8305C) and PTC (BCPAP) cell lines with various doses of VPA and monitored the responses by means of cell proliferation, N: C ratio and morphological analysis, adherent-dependent colony formation assay, quantitative RT-PCR, and Hoechst 33342 staining.
Kim, "Antiproliferation and redifferentiation
in thyroid cancer cell lines by polyphenol phytochemicals," Journal of KoreanMedical Science, vol.
(2010), reported the optimum concentrations of naphthalene acetic acid (NAA) and 6-benzyladenine (BA) to stimulate callus growth and the optimum concentrations of NAA; kinetin and AgN[O.sub.3] for callus redifferentiation
in Dianthus caryophyllus L.