cell differentiation

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cell differentiation

n (Bio) → differenziazione f cellulare
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P53 inactivation not only promotes sustained growth but also makes the cells insensitive to oxidative stress and short-circuits pathways that constrain cellular differentiation.
Overall, several particular biological functions such as specific precursor cells regulation, cellular differentiation and nervous tissue development may occur through canonical Wnt-frizzled signaling pathway (15-18).
However, it is too early at this stage to make these assumptions in the absence of concrete human data" Importantly the power of the endothelium to support cellular differentiation for blood cells is also successful with cardiac cell regeneration.
Shorter patient survival was generally associated with up-regulation of genes involved in mitosis and cell growth, and down-regulation of genes involved in cellular differentiation.
t, a key transcription factor and the master regulator of human TH17 (T helper 17) cells that controls cellular differentiation, function, and IL-17 release by TH17 cells and may help mediate the immunopathology of a broad range of autoimmune diseases, including psoriasis.
Cancer stem cells are capable of self-renewal, cellular differentiation and maintain their stem cell-like characteristics even after invasion and metastasis.
Single-cell topological RNA-seq analysis reveals insights into cellular differentiation and development," Nature Biotechnology, 2017; DOI: 10.
The ecosystem genetics perspective is followed through the concepts of homeostasis, cellular differentiation, speciation, complexity, sexual reproduction, dynamics of infection, and extinction theory, as well as addressing quantized vs.
Histopathologic classifications range from grades 1 to 3 and are based on mitotic developments and cellular differentiation.
The fourth edition carries on the mission of covering the fundamentals of cellular differentiation and tissue growth and development, tools and theoretical information needed for designing tissues and organs, and what is known about each organ system.
These two developmentally crucial enzyme complexes function at the hub of mammalian development; by binding to the regulatory regions of bivalent genes, they regulate the intricate balance between self-renewal of stem and progenitor cells and the execution of cellular differentiation.