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Antonyms for extracellular

located or occurring outside a cell or cells

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The Extracellular Matrix for Vascular Repair has been implanted in more than 30,000 procedures.
The Extracellular Matrix for Vascular Repair is a 510(k) FDA cleared medical device, intended for use as a patch material for the repair and reconstruction of peripheral vasculature including the carotid, renal, iliac, femoral and tibial blood vessels.
Afterwards, the extracellular alkalinization was performed by replacing the initial BCSCs medium with standard medium supplemented with various volumes of 8.
sup][2] first reported that NETs consist of extracellular three-dimensional web-like scaffolds of DNA strands adorned with histones and antimicrobial proteins, which are released from activated neutrophils.
to allow a greater delivery of oxygen and nutrients into the extracellular matrix to faciliate repair.
The statistical analysis indicates that pH had a significant effect on extracellular fructosyltransferase production.
Fibroblasts play a key role in maintaining the extracellular matrix, but it is unknown if they contribute to the maintenance of the extracellular redox environment as well.
Based on its expertise in providing targeted extracellular signals with high specificity for the regulation of microtubule dynamics and associated proteins like DCAMKL1, Histide has created an innovative platform of nonmutagenic extracellular therapeutic agents called Cell Recoding Molecules (CRMs) with the capacity to dictate the precise commitment of various cell types.
The best example is the CTLA4-Ig fusion protein, containing the extracellular domain of CTLA-4 and the constant region of human IgG antibody.
The paper also describes a prominent role for antioxidant enzymes in facilitating the survival of breast cancer cells after detachment from the extracellular matrix.
The researchers have found that endotrophin is a fat cell-derived extracellular factor that fuels the growth of breast tumors.
Circulating extracellular vesicles are a heterogeneous population of small membrane-enclosed vesicles that are released from cells.
It increases the firmness of the skin by activating the extracellular matrix proteins synthesis such as collagen, elastin, fibronectin and laminin, according to the company.
They cover the extracellular matrix molecules and their importance in pathobiology and signaling; the function of glycans; the structure, pathobiology, and signaling of proteoglycans; the biological significance of matrix proteinases in health and disease; extracellular matrix cell surface receptors, insights into the folding, assembly, and functions of collagen; emerging aspects in the extracellular matrix pathobiology; and targeting the tumor microenvironment at the extracellular matrix level.
Scientists hypothesize that the structure of Listeria biofilm is stabilized by extracellular components, and that this stabilization is associated with ineffective removal of the biofilm by the cleaning process.