multipotential


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multipotential

(ˌmʌltɪpəˈtɛnʃəl)
adj
1. (Biology) able to differentiate along several lines
2. (Biology) having several functions
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Identification and isolation of multipotential neural progenitor cells from the subcortical white matter of the adult human brain.
The study attributed this finding to the smaller and finer bone fragments generated by the reamer, which resulted in a release of more multipotential stromal cells from the trabecular bone.
Benzene, an experimental multipotential carcinogen: results of the long-term bioassays performed at the Bologna Institute of Oncology.
The multipotential capability of PDLSCs may also be associated with the expression of OCT-4.
Neural crest cells retain multipotential characteristics in the developing valves and label the cardiac conduction system.
1] These tumors are derived from multipotential undifferentiated cells present within the epidermis or its appendageal structures and the histologic features of a tumor are related to the activation of molecular pathways responsible for forming the mature adnexal structure.
Adrenal chromaffin cells as multipotential neurons for autografts.
The two main hypotheses proposed for the development of endometriosis are multipotential mesenchymal cells undergoing metaplasia into endometriosis and endometrial cells being implanted from retrograde men struation through the fallopian tubes.
Thyroid hormones, steroids and Vitamin D belong to molecules by activating nuclear receptors, and have multipotential effects on bone metabolism [23].
The jejunal villi contain the multipotential stem cells (Cheng, 1974).
They are an attractive therapeutic tool because of their multipotential ability, easy isolation and exvivo culture.