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tu·mor·i·gen·ic

(tū'mŏr-i-jen'ik),
Causing or producing tumors.

tumorigenic

(to͞o′mər-ə-jĕn′ĭk, tyo͞o′-)
adj.
Capable of causing tumors.

tu′mor·i·ge·nic′i·ty (-jə-nĭs′ĭ-tē) n.

tumorigenic

[-jen′ik]
Etymology: L, tumor, swelling; Gk, genein, to produce
capable of producing tumors.

tu·mor·i·gen·ic

(tū'mŏr-i-jen'ik)
Causing or producing tumors.
Synonym(s): tumourigenic.
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Human tumorigenic cells treated with the extract at a dose of 500mcg/ml for 24 hours displayed a twofold increase in apoptosis and cell cycle delay in the S phase.
The phenotypic stability (for example, tumorigenic potential or ectopic tissue formation) of a cellular product is a serious concern for most cell therapies and must be addressed.
Spontaneously immortalized human breast epithelial MCF-10F cells, E2-treated MCF-10F cells (E2), the tumorigenic C5 cell line selected from the E2-treated MCF-10F cells, and C5-A6-T6 and C5-A8-T8 tumor-derived cells were kindly supplied by Dr.
In a minimal lesion, the melanoma is classified as tumorigenic if a cluster or nest of cells in the dermis is larger than the largest nest in the epidermis, in terms of the number of cells across its greatest diameter.
However, subsequent in vitro studies found that tumorigenic BCSCs were not efficiently isolated by these two markers alone, and that a third marker was necessary (lineage, ESA, or ALDH) [9,11].
When introduced into nude mice, transformed cells were tumorigenic.
She and her colleagues hypothesized that molecular changes in the developing tumor environment would be reflected in changes in levels of inflammatory, angiogenic, and tumorigenic proteins that can be detected in peripheral blood.
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