embryonic cell

NOUN
  1. a cell of an embryo
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How To Use embryonic cell In A Sentence

  • The studies suggest that only embryonic cells have the potential to regenerate diseased tissues.
  • By tracing the postembryonic cell lineages involved in muscle development, I discovered that to this number is added an additional 14 muscle cells, three in each dorsal quadrant and four in each ventral quadrant. H. Robert Horvitz - Autobiography
  • Besides, the ban on federal funding for most embryonic cell research has put a chill on the whole field.
  • A classic metaphor in biology pictures an embryonic cell at the top of a hill.
  • Aside from the ethical questions -- should we tamper with embryonic cells, or perform nonreproductive human cloning? SELLING OUT FOR SCIENCE
  • We found no regulation in proliferation data from dedifferentiated or embryonic cells, and we observed a dual control in proliferation data from normal mouse bone marrow cells, and from normal human fibroblasts (however, the latter was a short series). PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Chick embryonic cells in the interior of confluent monolayers are able to ruffle and translocate relative to one another.
  • The surrounding cells of the embryonic cell groups degenerate, such there is the space between the groups of cell and the surrounding tissue.
  • Therefore, understanding the processes that embryonic cell development could have many implications.
  • Aggressive cancer cells, expressing a multipotent, embryonic cell-like phenotype, engage in a dynamic reciprocity with a microenvironment that promotes plasticity and tumorigenicity.
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