embryonal


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Related to embryonal: embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma, bulbourethral, seminiferous, embryonal tumor
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Synonyms for embryonal

of an organism prior to birth or hatching

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This patient's NSGCT was primarily embryonal with positive lymphovascular invasion, stratifying it as high risk with up to a 50% chance of recurrence.
Primary renal synovial sarcoma: molecular and morphologic delineation of an entity previously included among embryonal sarcomas of the kidney.
Two main histologies of RMS in childhood are recognized: embryonal and alveolar.
Results of the final pathology analysis were consistent with an embryonal spindle cell rhabdomyosarcoma.
pl Type of p21 Cip/kip family p27 Type of p27 member Cip/kip pERK Phosphorylated ERK Phospho AKT AKT-mouse forming thymomas Threonine 308 Phospho cJun Early response transcription factor Phospho-SAPK/JNK Stress-activated protein kinase Jun-amino kinase PPARPGCl[alpha] PPAR [gamma] coactivator 1 [alpha] PPAR[gamma] Peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor [gamma] RAR[beta] Retinoic acid receptor [beta] SOX 2 SRY (Sex determination region Y) box 2 TLR4 Toll-like receptor 4 [beta] catenin Cadherin associated protein Acronym Function DNACD133 Cancer stem cell marker CD49f Cell adhesion Cell signaling ERK Signaling pathway for growth of cells EZH2 Methylates DNA MyD88 Activates NF[kappa]B Nanog Stem cell renewal Oct 4 Self-renewal of embryonal cells p21 Wafl/C.
Considering all these features, a diagnosis of a small round cell neoplasm, probably embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma was considered and immunohistochemistry was performed.
For example, chicken anemia virus has been detected in the lymphoid tissues of 20-day embryos as well as in other embryonal tissues and eggshell membranes.
The actinidic archaea exists as the third element in each cell and it can carry the biological information in the quantal magnetite computers to the embryonal cells mediating a form of biological reincarnation.
At just 14 the teenager was believed to be only the second person in the country to be diagnosed with undifferentiated embryonal sarcoma of the liver.
Instead, medulloblastomas originate from embryonal neuroectoderm cells.
Use of cultured embryonal chick epiphyseal chondrocytes as grafts in chick articular cartilage.
Other malignancies: Despite test manufacturers advising against the use of their tests for cancer cases, variants of hCG are used as markers of germ cell and other non-trophoblastic malignancies including testicular choriocarcinoma, testicular yolk-sac carcinoma, testicular embryonal carcinoma, and testicular teratoma.
The team found that the gene FOXN3 plays a key role in the embryonal development of the heads of claw frogs.
Although MSCs have been found to differentiate into multiple cell lineages, they do not have the plasticity of embryonal stem cells.
The Notch signalling pathway is referred to as the 'aristocracy' on the 'social ladder' of pathways due to its preservation amongst the species and importance in both embryonal development and adult function [6].