unipotent


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u·ni·po·tent

 (yo͞o-nĭp′ə-tənt)
adj.
Capable of developing into only one type of cell or tissue.

unipotent

(ˌjuːnɪˈpəʊtənt)
adj
able to form only one type of cell or tissuehaving only one idempotent component
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We will define the mechanisms that regulate the switch from multipotent to unipotent cell fate during development of glandular epithelia.
q]) denote the group of unipotent n x n upper triangular matrices over the q element field [F.
Unipotent and nilpotent classes in simple algebraic groups and lie algebras.
Young researchers were exposed to the basic theory of the two in lectures on interval exchange maps and translation surfaces; unipotent flows and applications; quantitative nondivergence and its Diophantine applications; diagonal actions on locally homogenous spaces; and Fuchsian groups, geodesic flows on surfaces of constant negative curvature, and symbolic coding of geodesics.
Unipotent cells differentiate into only one cell type and exhibit little or no capacity for self-renewal.
We are taking adult spermatogonial stem/progenitor cells, which in the body are unipotent, capable of only making sperm, and coaxing them back to embryonic stem-like cells, which are pluripotent," said Dym.
Furthermore, it is discovered that if the holomorph of a quasigroup(loop) is a CIPQ(CIPL), then the quasigroup(loop) is a flexible unipotent CIPQ(flexible CIPL of exponent 2).
blood and skin stem cells) that perform specific functions, (13) and unipotent cells can give rise only to a single type of cell.
2n])[greater than or equal to]0] admits a cell decomposition, which is an analogue of the results in the study of the totally nonnegative part of the unipotent subgroup of [SL.
This book provides a detailed presentation of the classification of the simple groups of finite Morley rank which contain a nontrivial unipotent 2-subgroup (linear algebraic groups over algebraically closed fields of characteristic two).
The two immortalized unipotent porcine liver stem cell lines are: the 'PICM-19H', capable of differentiating exclusively into 'hepatocytes' or liver cells with the ability to express hepatocyte or liver-cell function; and, the 'PICM-19B,' capable of differentiating exclusively into bile duct cells with the ability to express bile duct cell function.
The supercharacters of the finite groups of unipotent uppertriangular matrices [U.