chondrogenesis


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chondrogenesis

[¦kän·drō·jə′nē·səs]
(embryology)
The development of cartilage.
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In this study the intense of glycosaminoglycan was more pronounced in the early versus late passage MSCs, indicating an enhanced chondrogenesis in the early passage cells.
In vitro chondrogenesis of bone marrow-derived mesenchymal progenitor cells.
Assessing the impact of Pb on the propogation of these specific signaling events would provide mechanistic insight into how Pb may affect chondrogenesis and chondrocyte differentiation.
Interestingly, although Pb increased chondrogenesis on its own in micromass cultures of the limb bud cells, it enhanced the chondrogenic effects of both TGF-[beta] and BMP-2.
Sox9 binds DNA, activates transcription and co express with type II collagen during chondrogenesis in mouse.
Chondrogenesis, or the growth of cartilage, is the goal of treatment.
Chondrogenesis is the process by which a mesenchymal cell--a type of stem cell already assigned to become connective tissue or blood cells--turns into a cartilage cell, or chondrocyte.
Lead stimulated chondrogenesis, influenced the regulation of chondrogenesis by BMP-2 and TGF-[beta], and induced expression of three genes, also mediating the genes' regulation by BMP-2 and TGF-[beta].
A chondrogenesis type I (ACG-I) is a rare and lethal skeletal dysplasia characterized by extreme limb shortening, marked discrepancy between head and trunk size, and severely delayed ossification.
Achondrogenesis-hypochondrogenesis: the spectrum of chondrogenesis imperfecta.
The phenotype can be described as an increase in chondrogenesis and delay in endochondral maturation, vascular invasion, and resorption.