mesendoderm

mesendoderm

[mə′zen·də‚dərm]
(embryology)
Embryonic tissue which differentiates into mesoderm and endoderm.
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For example, rs16999714 is located upstream of the DNMT1 transcription start site in a putative enhancer that appears active in H1 BMP4-derived trophoblast cells, adjacent to a poised enhancer in H1-derived mesenchymal stem cells but not in derived mesendoderm cells (see Figure S3) as well as other fetal tissues or cell lines (Ward and Kellis 2012; Zhou et al.
Histone deacetylation promotes mouse neural induction by restricting Nodal-dependent mesendoderm fate.
and foreign patents and applications directed to culture, expansion and scale-up of pluripotent stem cells and cell types derived therefrom, various differentiation processes for production of mesendoderm, definitive endoderm, PEC-01, and endocrine precursors, as well as claims directed to the company's Encaptra macro-encapsulation device platform.
Blocking Wnt activity tipped the balance in the other direction, causing the cells to shun mesendoderm and become mainly neurectoderm.