embryonic tissue


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Noun1.embryonic tissue - tissue in an embryo
germ layer - (embryology) any of the 3 layers of cells differentiated in embryos following gastrulation
animal tissue - the tissue in the bodies of animals
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This generated hemogenic endothelium, an early embryonic tissue that eventually gives rise to blood stem cells, although the transition to blood stem cells had never been achieved in a dish.
They also applied the same factors to mouse cells and found, surprisingly, that the newly derived mouse stem cells could not only give rise to embryonic tissue types but also differentiate into cells from the extra-embryonic lineages.
All the organs of our body are formed from the three layers of embryonic tissue which are the ectoderm, endoderm, and mesoderm.
sup][1],[3],[5] Studies have attributed the number of adverse occurrences in pregnancy, including spontaneous premature delivery, premature rupture of membranes, chorioamnionitis, and recurrent abortion, to embryonic tissue infection.
Amnion injection stimulates tissue remodeling by modulation of tissue colony aggregates that resembles the genesis of embryonic tissue cell lines in the fetus.
Associate Professor Tiziano Barberi and Dr Isabella Mengarelli from the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute at Monash University have, for the first time, derived and purified lens epithelium - the embryonic tissue from which the lens of the eye develops.
A 2001 study at the University of Florida's McKnight Brain Institute found human embryonic tissue could help.
They are more likely to be malignant if they are solid and have immature embryonic tissue like fat, cartilage, fibrous and bony elements.
They probably arise from totiopotent embryonic tissue that has been displaced during ontogeny (8).
On 5 January 2007, the Minister of Health published regulations for public comment, regarding the use of human DNA, RNA, cultured cells, stem cells, blastomeres, polar bodies, embryos, embryonic tissue and small tissue biopsies for diagnostic testing, health research and therapeutics.
The decision could go further, because some research in vaccines, viruses and other fields also relies on embryonic tissue.
Reporting in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Professor Yair Reisner and colleagues postulated that pancreatic cells created from embryonic tissue excised from fetal pigs could be used to replace diabetes-ravaged cells.