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em·bry·oid

 (ĕm′brē-oid′)
n.
A mass of plant or animal cells that resembles an embryo.
adj.
Resembling an embryo.
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On the other hand, 72 and 120 hour Embryoid Bodies (EBs were also cultured in Testicular conditioned medium and significant morphological changes occurred in them (Lacham-Kaplan et al.
The researchers dubbed the new structure a post-implantation amniotic sac embryoid, or PASE.
Embryoid body (EB) formation now is commonly used to verify pluripotency of human ESCs and iPSCs by assessing the expression of specific genes and proteins characteristic of the three germ layers (De Miguel et al.
In culture, the cells properly developed into what is called an embryoid body (EB)?
T cells are a type of lymphocyte or white blood cell and the researchers obtained very few neural cells from T cell-derived iPSCs cultured in standard embryoid bodies compared with the usual fibroblast-derived iPSCs.
They were differentiated into the endoderm cells directly without Embryoid Bodies (EBs) formation, using five protocols coming in the next paragraph.
The electrophysiological analysis of contracting areas of embryoid bodies (EBs) showed significant increase in the field potential duration.
Wnt signaling mediates self-organization and axis formation in embryoid bodies.
Cultivation of human embryonic stem cells without the embryoid body step enhances osteogenesis in vitro .
Ichor utilizes traditional embryoid body formation as a preferred method of inducing pluripotent stem cell differentiation, and purchased a used Biomek 2000 (Beckman Coulter, USA) at auction (GoIndustry, DoveBid, USA) to automate the process.
Efficacy of solvent extraction methods for acellularisation of embryoid bodies.