differentiation


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the act or an instance of distinguishing

Synonyms for differentiation

a discrimination between things as different and distinct

the mathematical process of obtaining the derivative of a function

(biology) the structural adaptation of some body part for a particular function

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According to the degree of differentiation, lung adenocarcinoma can be classified into high differentiation (HD), moderate differentiation, low differentiation (LD) and non-differentiation.
However, proliferation and differentiation of iPS cell population in neuronal replacement therapies poses many technical challenges such as targeted neurite differentiation to compensate desired loss with controlled differentiation 4 .
The ability to control the differentiation of human stem cells could improve tissue repair or enable the growth of tissues and organs that could be used for repair.
TSUKUBA, Japan, June 17, 2016--Researchers here have shown that modified gold nanoparticles can be used to control the differentiation of stem cells into bone.
An example of this sharp differentiation would be PPG's E-Coat position in the metal coatings market places in North America.
Implementation of schools that incorporate differentiation into their curricula must undergo a process that requires a shift in the thinking and habits of educators, requiring teachers to learn new and unfamiliar methods of teaching, question their own assumptions, and experience uneasiness and lack of confidence in the process, say Tomlinson and Murphey.
In other words, quality of life increases with increase of self- differentiation or quality of life increases with increase of sub-scales of preliminary maladaptive schemas.
Background: Abnormal neuronal differentiation plays an important role in central nervous system (CNS) development abnormalities such as Down syndrome (DS), a disorder that results directly from overexpression of genes in trisomic cells.
ERK activation also plays an important role in osteoblast differentiation and osteoclast formation (Lai et al.
Eccrine differentiation and vague ductular differentiation were observed.
After treatment with 6-gingerol in differentiation medium for 4 or 8 days, the 313-L1 cells were lysed for experimental analysis.
Coverage includes the basics of differentiation; key components of effective differentiation; using content, process, products and assessment to differentiate for learners; establishing a learning environment to support differentiation; management strategies; sample strategies that differentiate; meeting the Common Core State Standards; and use of technology to enhance differentiation in an elementary classroom.
London, December 3 ( ANI ): Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified a molecule that regulates the differentiation of all epidermal cells.
MSCs differentiation into osteoblasts is a complex process that is regulated by many internal and external factors.
DIFFERENTIATION IS AN EXPECTATION: A School Leader's Guide To Building a Culture of Differentiation.
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