Archer inclined to the former theory; he fancied that her New York was still completely undifferentiated
, and the conjecture nettled him.
Biopsies with undifferentiated
or mixed disease were more likely to be stage III or IV endometriosis.
larval tiger salamanders (Ambystoma tigrinum), with immature gonads were immersed in a sub lethal solution of technical-grade TCDD and injected with dihydrotestosterone (DHT) or estradiol ([E.
One measure of the difficulty is that, in the final three chapters on the late artist self-portraits, Berger's practice of giving each image a sprightly allegorical moniker is partly suspended; two self-portraits are retroactively assigned the uninflected, undifferentiated
title of "the Louvre and Kenwood Painters" (510).
It's made of a cluster of 10 stern cells, or types of undifferentiated
cells with the potential to become or repair any one of your body's 200 cell types, including heart, blood, and skin cells.
A team of Japanese scientists reports growing a frog's pancreas in a test tube from an undifferentiated
There has been a growing demand for human embryos since the discovery two years ago that stem cells, genetically undifferentiated
cells which develop into the different tissues of the body, can be used in the treatment of various diseases, including Parkinson's.
Pricing transparency will lead to tighter margins, expose undifferentiated
insurers and accelerate consolidation.
At the very earliest stages of development, an embryo is an undifferentiated
mass of cells, rather than blood cells, neurons, skin cells, muscle cells, etc.
experience is integral to silence.
Minnaert's internal organization is based on the logical premise of consolidating undifferentiated
space (the architects call this nebulous phenomenon 'tare space') for things such as circulation, services and plant into a single large hall.
It proves to be a meandering, roughly chronological story in which myth, folk tale, fiction, doctrinal exegesis, and documented event mingle cheerfully (together with external oddments) in an undifferentiated
world of fact, metaphor, and meta-history.