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Synonyms for endoderm

the inner germ layer that develops into the lining of the digestive and respiratory systems

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Importantly, it has been reported that GSO1/SGN3 is expressed in root endodermal cells and its loss-of-function mutations result in the formation of a repeatedly interrupted, discontinuous Casparian strip.
Table 1: Morphological classification of ovarian neoplasms Sest Germ cell Sex cord stromal Metastatic Serous Teratoma: Granulosa cell Krukernberg/drop Mature/ immature Mucinous Dysgerminoma Fibrous tumor Loco-regional metastasis Endometrioid Endodermal sinus sclerosing stromal cell (yolk sac) cell Clear cell Choriocarcinoma sertoli-stromal cell (leydig) Brenner Embryonal cell Steroid cell Undifferentiated Struma ovarii
On the intrauterine 26th day, an endodermal thickening appears in the ventral wall of the duodenum at the base of the hepatic diverticulum, budding toward the ventral mesentery.
Endodermal sinus tumors are derived from the primitive yolk sac, are unilateral, and most will secrete alpha-fetoprotein (AFP).
Endodermal Sinus Tumors occur in patients with a median age of 16 to 18 years (4).
Passaged hiPSCs, without feeder, were incubated for three days with Activin-A and different endodermal differentiation media including 1-FBS, 2-B27, 3ITS and albumin fraction-V, 4-B27 and ITS and 5-like the third medium.
Nonetheless, expression of the hepatic nuclear factor-4 (HNF 4) as an endodermal marker and a key regulator of hepatogenic fate is controversial.
A combined preclinical and clinical project will search recipient and implant conditions for formation and maturation of beta cells in subcutaneous implants of device-encapsulated pancreatic endodermal cells that are derived from human embryonic stem cells (hu-ES) and manufactured for clinical studies.
The DMT-1 is found mainly at the apical surface of the enterocytes of the first part of the duodenum, in endodermal vesicles in erythroid and other cells and on macrophages.
Neuroepithelial, endodermal and primitive forget endoderm origin have also been considered for the pathogenesis due to the ultra- structural similarities.
Mature ectodermal tissues (br-ain, skin) are always component of Germ cell tumor, 90% of tumors may have mesodermal tissues (fat, mu-scles, cartilage, bone), and most have endodermal tis-sues (ciliated, bronchial epithelium gastrointestinal, mucinous, thyroid tissue).
In some individuals, an accessory pancreatic duct (of Santorini) is present, a vestige of the pancreas origin (torn two embryonic endodermal primordia that evaginate from the foregut.
We can therefore speculate that so-called middle ear choristomas may, at least in some cases, originate in the endodermal layer of the first branchial pouch of the primitive pharynx.
Similarly endodermal layer thickness thickness of outer tangential wall of endodermis shape and size of phloem region size and arrangement of metaxylem vessels and sclerification in the pith region showed significant (Pless than 0.