primary tissue


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primary tissue

n. Botany
Any of various tissues derived from a primary meristem, such as the procambium, protoderm, or ground meristem.
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In the first stage, metastases obtained from CUP cases were assigned to a primary tissue of origin using Rosetta's miRview[sup.
A new method, based on the fact that ferritin (the primary tissue iron storage protein) affects R2 in a field-dependent manner, can quantify tissue iron with specificity by measuring the Field Dependent R2 Increase (FDRI).
It is very difficult to get primary tissue to study until after a patient has died," said the Royal Edinburgh Hospital's Professor Andrew McIntosh, who is collaborating with the center on the project.
Development of cultured cells from the primary tissue explants and establishment of a cell line from abalone were our main objectives in this study.
An overview of the four primary tissue types and organ systems precedes a more in-depth account of the regional anatomy of the upper and lower limbs, and the trunk.
This collection of articles covers intelligent biomatrices and engineered tissue constructs, bioreactor design for three-dimensional tissue culture, bioelectronic and biosensoric microstructures supporting high-content screening, techniques for toxicity testing and biomonitoring of airborne contaminants, drug screening using cell lines, cell lines and primary tissues for in-vitro evaluation of vaccines, designer cells derived from primary tissue and designed cell lines as a sustainable cell source, human embryonic stem cell research and its impact on in-vitro drug screening technologies, availability and safety of human cells and tissues, the ethics and scientific rationale for in-vitro alternative to animal testing, and the benefits of further research.
This article describes how to create a primary tissue culture of chick embryo cardiac cells.
Its range of products and services include the development of highly productive cell lines, the design of novel cell lines from primary tissue, the manufacture of glycoproteins for clinical studies and R&D, as well as the production of viral vectors and antibodies for in vitro diagnostics.
The cutoff (for 95% specificity) derived from the data on metastatic tissue was slightly higher than that for primary tissue data, but the distributions of serum HER2 in the negative (primary tissue vs metastatic tissue) and positive tissue HER2 group showed no significant difference by t-test (P = 0.