chondroblast


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chondroblast

(ˈkɒndrəʊˌblæst)
n
(Biology) a type of cell that develops into a chondrocyte or cartilage cell
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Some authors suggested that FeLV may be related to the etiology of feline osteochondromas (POOL & CARRIG, 1972; DOIGE, 1987; ROSA & KIRBERGER, 2012), and viral particles have been observed in proliferated chondroblast membranes (POOL & CARRIG, 1972).
Ultrastructurally Cells show primitive features to mature features ranging from prelipoblast and chondroblast, to lipoblast and preadpoytes, to mature adipocyte.
Effects of interleukin-1[beta] on chondroblast viability and extracellular matrix changes in bovine articular cartilage explants," Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy, vol.
13) Histologically, the basic proliferating cell is chondroblast, which has distinct oval nuclei with longitudinal groove.
IGF-I and IGF-II increases proliferation and differentiation of bone marrow progenitors to osteoblast and chondroblast (Singh et al.
In chondrosarcoma, the smears were cellular and contain chondroblast, chondroid matrix forming amorphus background in the smear.
Future studies with the use of specific markers for chondrogenic lineages are necessary not only to show chondrogenic lineages but mainly to specify cell types, such as, chondroblast, fibroblast and osteoblast; as well as to demonstrate collagen type II expression of these cells.
10) Using cytologic material, immunohistochemical marker studies also confirm the histomorphological and immunohistochemical suspicion that the stromal cells are of mononuclear/macrophage rather than chondroblast origin.
Through chemotaxis, the BMPs can bring cells to implantation site and do with that undifferentiated mesenchymal cells become into specific cellular types that synthesize bone and cartilaginous tissue, as the osteoblast and chondroblast cells (Inoda et al.
The histopathological description of chondroblastoma according to the World Health Organisation is "a relatively benign tumour, characterised by highly cellular and relatively undifferentiated tissue, made up of rounded or polygonal chondroblast - like cells with distinct outlines and multi-nucleated giant cells of osteoclast type arranged singly or in groups.
Characterization consisted of differentiation in adipocytes, chondroblasts and osteoblasts, using a protocol already established in the laboratory (9).