self-renewal


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self-renewal

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the act of renewing oneself or itself
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Noun1.self-renewal - the act of renewing yourself (or itself)
renewal - the act of renewing
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The study reveals a previously unknown but essential function of an mRNA modification in regulating NSC self-renewal.
Sharing his thoughts with Pakistani community, Amjad Islam Amjad said commemoration of Iqbal's birth anniversary was indeed a good occasion to recall his message of peace, self-reflection and self-renewal.
Amjad Islam Amjad said that commemoration of Iqbal's birth anniversary was indeed a good occasion to recall his message of peace, self-reflection and self-renewal.
The company said IMG-7289 is an investigational therapeutic agent that suppresses the production of inflammatory cytokines that characterise myelofibrosis as well as impairs self-renewal and proliferation of neoplastic stem cells.
Using a model of the blood forming (hematopoietic) system, researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have now been able to precisely determine, which signaling pathways play an essential role in the self-renewal of blood stem cells.
Indeed, the scientists found that suppressing heme production prevented self-renewal.
This is a game-changing breakthrough that brings us closer not only to treat blood disorders, but also deciphering the complex biology of stem-cell self-renewal machinery," said senior author Dr.
A team led by Sean Morrison, professor of pediatrics, has identified an RNA-binding protein called IMP1 that promotes stem cell self-renewal during fetal development.
Calling it a "game-changing breakthrough" the researchers said it brings scientists closer to treating blood disorders and to deciphering the complex biology of stem cell self-renewal.
Conclusion: In conclusion, the results revealed that niche cells respond to SSCs removal by upregulation of GDNF and FGF2, and downregulation of KITLG in order to stimulate self-renewal and arrest differentiation.
Laplane explains a theory of cancer that focuses on the few cancer cells that are also stem cells, and holds that only these cells capable both of self-renewal and differentiation can initiate, develop, and spread cancer.
We chose to compare brain and liver because these two organs have very different capacities for self-renewal," stated co-corresponding author Martin Hetzer.