cell lineage


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cell lineage

n
(Biology) biology the developmental history of a tissue or part of an organism from particular cells in the fertilized egg or embryo through to their fully differentiated state
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6 In premature infants exhibiting cytopaenia affecting at least two of three cell lineage in the peripheral blood and hepatosplenomegaly, neonatologists should suspect HLH and perform bone marrow aspiration and biopsy.
First, its ability to enable laboratory technicians to culture multiple cell lineages simultaneously compared to their existing media that requires the laboratory to select up-front the target cell lineage; once that cell lineage is selected, it cannot be changed.
Researchers here converted adult mouse respiratory tract cells called Club cells into large, pure populations of induced progenitor-like (iPL) cells, which retained a residual memory of their parental cell lineage and therefore specifically generated mature Club cells.
Some data also suggest preferential expansion of the megakaryocyte cell lineage as a result of CALR's inability to export [Ca.
The cells in the study were differentiated further down the beta cell lineage than the PEC-01 pancreatic progenitor cells being tested in ViaCyte's VC-01 product candidate, which is in a Phase 1/2 clinical trial for treatment of type 1 diabetes.
Majority of them are predominantly of B cell lineage.
Epigenetic dynamics of stem cells and cell lineage commitment: Digging Waddington's canal.
They used cell lineage tracing to follow what happens to the regulator protein called Prrx1 as cells change characteristics.
This suggests that Bcl11b plays a role on the maintenance of T cell lineage identity in T cell lineage committed thymocytes, and its absence leads to reprogram T cells into the NK cell lineage.
It involves the injection of ES cells, directed to an oligodendrocyte precursor cell lineage, into 10 patients with acute spinal cord injury within 10 days of injury.
The Wales School for Primary Care Research: An Introduction' and 'Biospectroscopy to characterise the stem cell lineage within complex tissue architectures' respectively on March 16 and March 23.