redifferentiation


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redifferentiation

[rē‚dif·ə‚ren·chē′ā·shən]
(physiology)
The return to a position of greater specialization in actual and potential functions, or the developing of new characteristics.
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Histochemical examination of chondrocyte redifferentiation was assessed as proteoglycan accumulation, as measured by staining with alcian blue/neutral red and hematoxylin/safranin O/fast green.
What may be important is not the degree of dedifferentiation alone, but the relationship between dedifferentiation and subsequent redifferentiation.
There is no evidence that retinoblastoma can undergo redifferentiation.
Gentrification, housing redifferentiation and urban regeneration: 'Going for Growth' in Newcastle upon Tyne.
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Redifferentiation therapy in brain tumors: long-lasting complete regression of glioblastomas and an anaplastic astrocytoma under long term 1-alpha-hydroxycholecalciferol.
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contemporary redifferentiation of these roles, see Didier Bigo,
After an early period in the overall privatization process, which was characterized by centralization around the privatization agency, a period of redifferentiation of the system was observed in the spring of 1991.