tumorigenic


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tumorigenic

[¦tü·mə·rə′jen·ik]
(medicine)
Tumor-forming.
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vitis (Ti) strain VAT03-9 was a tumorigenic strain isolated from grapevine, (13) and VAT03-9n was a nalidixic acid (nal)-resistant mutant (nal-mutant) obtained by growing on nal-PSA medium.
1]H NMR was exploited to assess the effect of organoselenium treatment of non-tumorigenic and tumorigenic prostate cell lines.
Tumorigenic effect of some commonly used moisturizing creams when applied topically to UVB-pretreated high-risk mice.
Zoledronic acid directly suppresses cell proliferation and induces apoptosis in highly tumorigenic prostate and breast cancers.
Human tumorigenic cells treated with the extract at a dose of 500mcg/ml for 24 hours displayed a twofold increase in apoptosis and cell cycle delay in the S phase.
Cancer initiating cells are 1,000 times more tumorigenic than other cancer cells and are capable of self-renewals.
This model is further utilized to characterize local and systemic pathologic reactions, fate in the body (cell survival, local tissue migration, differentiation, systemic distribution, proliferation) and tumorigenic potential of engrafted cells.
The tumorigenic vertical growth phase (VGP), when present, forms a mass that may histologically assume a more or less circular shape and may thus appear "radial.
However, subsequent in vitro studies found that tumorigenic BCSCs were not efficiently isolated by these two markers alone, and that a third marker was necessary (lineage, ESA, or ALDH) [9,11].
When introduced into nude mice, transformed cells were tumorigenic.
She and her colleagues hypothesized that molecular changes in the developing tumor environment would be reflected in changes in levels of inflammatory, angiogenic, and tumorigenic proteins that can be detected in peripheral blood.