chondro-


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Related to chondro-: chondrification, chondrocarcinoma

chondro-

or chrondri- or chrondr-
pref.
1. Cartilage: chondrocranium.
2. Granule: chondrite.

[From Greek khondros, granule, cartilage; see ghrendh- in Indo-European roots.]

chondro-

,

chondri-

or before a vowel

chondr-

combining form
1. (Anatomy) indicating cartilage: chondroma.
2. grain or granular: chondrule.
[from Greek khondros grain, cartilage]
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The cells were also compared for their differentiation capacity by inducing the osteo-, chondro-, and adipogenic cell transformation.
The incidence of CD147 expression was: cancer of the liver 80% (n=20), lung 62% (n=90), stomach 66% (n=44), colon 58% (n=19), rectum 59% (n=17), breast 64% (n=1055), brain 90% (n=52), esophagus 87% (n=16), ovary 75% (n=40), urinary bladder 85% (n=41), skin (squamous cell carcinoma) 58% (n=41), larynx 85% (n=63), and kidney 73% (n=33), and 30% of sarcomas such as osteo, chondro- and fibrosarcoma (n=102).
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Matrix formation with chondro- and osteosarcomatous differentiation has been reported in up to 5% of anaplastic carcinoma [10].
Fibrocytes and chondro- cytes produce and maintain the matrix in which they are embedded and in the disc they have good ability under such avascular condition.4
Osteo-, chondro- and myoblasts as well as adipocytes stem all from the same adult mesenchymal stem cells (Chamberlain et al.
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