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spheroid

(sfeer -oid) See ellipsoid.

spheroid

[′sfir‚ȯid]
(mathematics)
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H and E-stained sections of organoids clearly illustrate viable cells with atypical nuclei and cytoplasm throughout the spheroids which were histologically similar with xenografts [Figure 5]c and [Figure 5]d.
Role of lymphoid organ spheroids in chronic Taura syndrome virus (TSV) infections in Penaeus vanamei.
The limits of diffusion, however, do not rule out the existence of large spheroids with a small outer layer of proliferating cells, thin enough to receive nutrients.
15], we have further expanded our studies to Stokes flow problems around nonconvex bodies, such as the inverted prolate spheroids.
B)The histogram shows the average size of spheroids (mean [+ or -] SD; n = 100; p = 0.
The cortex spheroids grow to a state in which they express functional connectivity, allowing for modeling and understanding of mental illnesses.
Based on an improved, streamlined method for producing iPSCs, the team's cortex-like spheroids harbour healthier neurons supported by a more naturalistic network of supporting glial cells, resulting in more functional neural connections and circuitry.
A growing body of evidence suggests that tumor cells that aggregated in 3D spheroids behave more closely to their in vivo counterparts than 2D cells (Smalley et al.
Location of conventionally floating spheroids can be controlled over time or after liquid exchanges.
1) We have the isomorphism: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is the constant spheroid at [x.
Aside from providing exact analytic solutions for a large number of real objects which can be modeled by spheroids or layered spheroids with appropriate axial ratios, they are valuable in the evaluation of approximate and numerical solutions.