teratocarcinoma

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teratocarcinoma

[¦ter·ə·tō‚kärs·ən′ō·mə]
(medicine)
A teratoma with carcinomatous elements.
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Isolation of a pluripotent cell line from early mouse embryos cultured in medium conditioned by teratocarcinoma stem cells.
ROBERTSON, Isolation, Properties, and Karyotype Analysis of Pluripotential (EK) Cell Lines from Normal and Parthenogenetic Embryos, in TERATOCARCINOMAS AND EMBRYONIC STEM CELLS: A PRACTICAL APPROACH, 71-112 (Elizabeth J.
Gall Martin (1980) notes, "Stem cells can be isolated from teratocarcinomas and cultured in vitro" (p.
Maturation arrest of stem cell differentiation is a common pathway for the cellular origin of teratocarcinomas and epithelial carcinomas.
1982) Neutral glycolipid antigens as developmental markers for mouse teratocarcinomas and early embryos: an immunological and chemical analysis.