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Mutual conversion.

in′ter·con·vert′ v.
in′ter·con·vert′i·bil′i·ty n.
in′ter·con·vert′i·ble adj.


vb (tr)
to convert (two things) into one another
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Epithelial-mesenchymal interconversions in normal ovarian surface epithelium and ovarian carcinomas: an exception to the norm.
Regulatory aspect of chloro-chromoplast interconversions in senescing citrus fruit peel.
Indeed, natural interconversions between functionally distinct somatic cell types (aka transdifferentiation, Td) have been reported in species as diverse as jellyfish and mice, while experimentally induced reprogramming of differentiated cells has been demonstrated.
Historically, within the country there are interconversions, massacres, wars, etc.
Given the right combination of cell-intrinsic and cell-extrinsic events, it is possible that interconversions between the non-CSC and CSC states may be common events during tumorigenesis.
Structural relationships and interconversions of isomeric asilbins.
Other examples include the interconversions of cofactors, such as NADH or ATP, which are present in the cell in limiting amounts and have to be recycled effectively for metabolism to continue.
Such modality interconversions are reasonable because chemoreceptors and thermoreceptors in nematodes utilize the same classes of intracellular signaling molecules and transcription factors as animal photoreceptors (Svendsen and McGhee, 1995; Coburn and Bargmann, 1996; Mori, 1999; Troemel, 1999; Komatsu et al.
Further investigations are underway to better characterize the spectroscopically-observable species and their interconversions.