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spheroid

(sfeer -oid) See ellipsoid.

spheroid

[′sfir‚ȯid]
(mathematics)
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In the first of the two new studies, the researachers showed that they could obtain lung spheroid cells from human lung disease patients with a relatively non-invasive procedure called a transbronchial biopsy.
33% within spheroids, which exhibited confined proliferative cells that might be cancer stem cells.
Role of lymphoid organ spheroids in chronic Taura syndrome virus (TSV) infections in Penaeus vanamei.
Happel and Brenner [1], by applying this method and using an effective ad hoc technique, obtained a solution for the boundary value problem of the axisymmetric viscous flow around a single spheroid with different boundary conditions.
One should also ask to what extent this differential response to treatment is a natural consequence of tumor spheroid physiology.
To test whether c-Myc is required for BPA-induced spheroid proliferation, c-Myc knockdown MCF10A cells and control cells were treated with EtOH or BPA and the levels of spheroid proliferation were determined.
Sergiu Pasca of Stanford University and colleagues have developed what they call "human cortical spheroids.
Spheroid organization kinetics of H35 rat hepatoma model cell system on elastin-like polypeptide-polyethyleneimine copolymer substrates.
The present study aimed to investigate the antiproliferation activity of DC and the active compound (DCA) on human pancreatic PANC-1 2D cells, and compare to 3D multicellular spheroid culture.
Development of a three-dimensional microfluidic system for long-term tumor spheroid culture.
We have to show that y is homotopic in G relatively to A to an (n + 1) - spheroid m e [[OMEGA].
In our recent papers [24,25], a great effort has been made to examine Gaussian beam scattering by a coated spheroid.