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cy·brid

 (sī′brĭd′)
n.
1. A cell that has nuclear DNA from one source and cytoplasmic DNA from another, such as a nonhuman animal cell that has had its nucleus replaced by the nucleus of a human somatic cell.
2. A cell line or organism derived from a cybrid cell.

[Blend of cytoplasmic and hybrid.]

cybrid

(ˈsaɪbrɪd)
n
(Genetics) a hybrid cell, being a fusion of a whole cell with a cytoplasm, containing a nuclear genome from one source and a mitochondrial genome from another
[c21: from cy(toplasmic) + (hy)brid]
Translations
cybride
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The EU Defence Ministers also attended strategic table-top exercise EU CYBRID 2017 in Tallinn which tested the mechanism of EU response to attacks on the EU military infrastructure.
During the meeting, the first ever political-military exercise "EU CYBRID - 2017" will take place, with a focus on deciding to cope with crises caused by cyber attacks in a hybrid environment at the level of defense ministers.
Mitochondrial complex 1-driven ATP synthesis assays (mtCIDAS) of vehicle- and CPC-treated LHON mutation (11,778) carrying osteosarcoma cybrid cells were performed as previously described with slight modification (Datta et al.
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Brown MD, Trounce IA, Jun AS, Allen JC, Wallace DC (2000) Functional analysis of lymphoblast and cybrid mitochondria containing the 3460, 11778, or 14484 Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy mitochondrial DNA mutation.
Because transmitochondrial cybrid cells are often used to verify the pathogenicity of mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) mutations, we included both control and complex I-deficient (ND1 mutation) cybrid cells.
Cybrid' Currently intended that cell lines derived from (human/animal cybrids will remain a research tool, no scope in admixed current UK legislation for direct therapeutic use of embryonic) cybrid stem cell lines.
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Users in Japan will be able to purchase entertainment and information such as games, ring tones and news from the providers, which include game manufacturer Taito Corp and Cybrid Co Ltd, a digital content creator.
During the informal meeting, the first European Union strategic cyber training exercise EU CYBRID 2017 took place, during which the defence ministers engaged in a cyber-attack scenario.
The genetic fingerprint of the cybrid cell lines was determined using an AmpFLSTR[R] Identifiler[R] PCR Amplification Kit (Life Technologies) and an ABI Prism 3730xl DNA analyzer (Applied Biosystems).
LHON cybrid models have shown lower levels of glutathione peroxidase, glutathione reductase, and Mn-superoxide dismutase (MnSOD) or total glutathione, compared to controls [37, 38], particularly after cell treatment to enhance their OXPHOS dependency.