Proliferation

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Proliferation

 

excessive growth of tissue in an organism as a result of the repeated production of cells. Such cell production is quite different from any other means of increasing the volume of tissue, such as edema.

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of mass culture, and two of its general characteristics: proliferation and distance.
If the proliferation of culture causes as its effect the proliferation of judgment, whence the need to judge at all?
Consciousness is thus a function of artificially limiting the proliferation of possible sensory inputs.
The modernist critics discussed by Diepeveen may have thought they were holding chaos at bay by stemming the tide of proliferation, but proliferation and judgment exist in an endless cycle of input and limitation.
Different treatment effects on mitogen stimulated lymphocyte proliferation were analyzed using SAS software (version 9.
There were significant differences in lymphocyte proliferation followed by ConA or PHA-L stimulation.
In the current study, whole blood cell cultures were used for mitogen stimulated lymphocyte proliferation instead of using lymphocyte cultures which were separated from whole blood by a density gradient.
Studies have shown that ROS play an important role in T lymphocyte proliferation.

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