mitogenesis


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mitogenesis

[‚mīd·ə′jen·ə·səs]
(cell and molecular biology)
Induction of mitosis.
Formation as a result of mitosis.
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Several major gene categories or clusters are differentially expressed between the paretic and nonparetic leg muscles, including genes that regulate muscle metabolism, contractile proteins, cell cycle progression, mitogenesis and growth factors, metabolism, inflammation, and signal transduction pathways.
The rhPDGF-BB functions to recruit the bone healing cells and new blood vessels to the site of injury through processes termed chemotaxis, mitogenesis and angiogensis, while the TCP acts as a scaffold or lattice for the deposition of new bone.
gamma-Tocotrienol inhibits HGF-dependent mitogenesis and Met activation in highly malignant mammary tumour cells.
The increased mitogenesis of spleen cells, which is normally considered as an indicator of lymphocyte function, is detected at 25 and 43 d in COBN-treated chickens in this study.
JNK and p38 MAPK are involved in growth arrest and apoptosis, whereas the ERK cascade is normally associated with mitogenesis and differentiation (Hung et al.
Inhibition of these key regulatory enzymes results in the up-regulation of the response to immunologic stimuli (cytokines) and inhibition of mitogenesis.
Nitric oxide-generating vasodilators and 8-bromo-cyclic guanosine monophosphate inhibit mitogenesis and proliferation of cultured rat vascular smooth muscle cells.
Signaling mechanisms of endothelin-induced mitogenesis and melanogenesis in human melanocytes.
Isolation, cryopreservation, and mitogenesis of peripheral blood lymphocytes from chickens (Gallus domesticus) and wild herring gulls (Larus argentatus).
Upregulation of mitogenesis and mitochondrial activity by increased aerobic exercise, or dietary manipulation, helps to maintain NAD(+)availability and thereby decreases MG-induced proteotoxicity.
Several in vitro studies have shown that Cd can activate ER[alpha], increase ER[alpha]-mediated cell proliferation, induce mitogenesis, and have mutagenic properties (Brama et al.

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