mesenchymal cell


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mesenchymal cell

[¦mez·ən¦kī·məl ‚sel]
(histology)
An undifferentiated cell found in mesenchyme and capable of differentiating into various specialized connective tissues.
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6) Protein levels of VIM mesenchymal cell marker shown by DAPI and VIM immunofluorescence (bar = 20 [micro]m).
SFT is a rare type of spindle cell neoplasm originating from mesenchymal cells and usually arises in the pleura.
Although Pb alters BMP and TGF-[beta] signaling, the mechanism through which Pb regulates mesenchymal cell fate determination is complex and likely involves modulation and integration of multiple signaling pathways.
These osteogenic mediators induce the progression from mesenchymal cell to heterotopic bone.
These data "provide evidence that a circulating mesenchymal cell has the potential to colonize an allograft," the authors said.
1,27) Similar to the stem villi, the terminal villi may also show mesenchymal cell hypercellularity and stromal fibrosis (Figure 4, C).
Mesenchymal cell proliferation within the cardiac cushions was assessed in HH24 embryos exposed to these metabolites.
In 8 cases of CCAM, the mesenchymal cell proliferation index ranged from 11 to 50 cells per 10 HPFs (mean, 25 cells per 10 HPFs).
expression is seen in a diverse group of benign and malignant mesenchymal cell populations, its expression appears characteristic of mesenchymal progenitor cell populations.
Life Stem's focus on mesenchymal cell harvesting and the advanced medical applications therein represent a robust market segment that should continue to produce leading-edge advancements in these critical treatment areas over the coming years and decades.