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spheroid

(sfeer -oid) See ellipsoid.

spheroid

[′sfir‚ȯid]
(mathematics)
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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.
Based on an improved, streamlined method for producing iPSCs, Pasca's team's cortex-like spheroids harbor healthier neurons supported by a more naturalistic network of supporting glial cells, resulting in more functional neural connections and circuitry.
For strongly elongated spheroids, the radial coordinate [xi] is close to one in the boundary layer near the surface.
A surface-tethered spheroid model for functional evaluation of 3T3-L1 adipocytes.
To generate spheroids, PANC-1 cancer cells ([10.sup.6] cells/10 ml unit or 5 x [10.sup.6]/50ml unit) were introduced into a rotating wall vessel (RWV) tissue culture bioreactor (Synthecon, Houston, TX).
CytoCapture LCA H-250-100 and S-500-100: Cellular spheroid creation, cultivation, and high resolution analysis
1) We have the isomorphism: [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] is the constant spheroid at [x.sub.0]; 2) [[product].sub.n] (G, [x.sub.0]) is abelian for n [greater than or equal to] 2.
The downside with the prolate spheroids is that percolation will occur for smaller volume fraction than spheroid particles.
MTS have often been regarded as aggregates of cells with intimate cell-cell contacts; however, it demonstrated the existence of extracellular matrix (ECM) in the spheroids [13].
The line scan profiles of the Si film with different thickness were shown in Figure 3, and the mean height and full width at half maximum (FWHM) of the spheroids on the surface of the Si film with different thickness were summarized in Table 1.
More precisely as the Earth's model an oblate spheroid is widely applied providing the base for the navigational computations.
Particular attention is devoted to the population of spheroids (either prolate or oblate).