blastema


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a mass of undifferentiated cells from which an organ or body part develops

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The cells of the blastema (now called scleroblasts) were arranged side-by-side forming in single row and had begun the synthesis of the lepidotrichial matrix in the region directed toward the basal membrane of the epithelium (Figures 6, 7 and 8).
En los pacientes pediatricos se considera que por el proceso de crecimiento de los elementos de la articulacion; el fenomeno de homeostasis se presenta en forma inmediata, por lo que se garantiza la funcionalidad del aparato estomatognatico que a los cuatro anos de edad ya posee muchas de las caracteristicas adultas; por lo que el desarrollo de patrones de crecimiento se abordan como una caracteristica de una articulacion de tipo secundario cuyo cartilago nuevo se desarrolla en el blastema mesenquimatoso que se adapta funcionalmente, subsanando de esta forma las alteraciones oclusales que tiene lugar durante el proceso de la erupcion dental.
MiRNA profiles as a predictor of chemoresponsiveness in Wilms' tumor blastema.
The aetiology is unclear, although it is hypothesised that the problem lies with the ureteric bud crossing over to the contralateral metanephric blastema, thereby inducing differentiation of a renal promordium.
The cells in the blastema aren't all-purpose, though; they only regenerate those tissues that they are derived from.
Occasional papillary formations were also seen but no blastema was identified.
O nefroblastoma, tambem conhecido como Tumor de Wilm's, e uma neoplasia embrionaria renal de origem do blastema metanefrico.
Unlike typical mammals, which heal wounds by forming a scar, these mice begin by forming a blastema, a structure associated with rapid cell growth.
La interaccion entre la yema ureteral y el blastema metanefrico es crucial para la formacion de rinones funcionales.
Alli prolifera, se diferencia y, conjuntamente con el mesenquima subyacente, hacia la septima semana de desarrollo da origen al blastema ovarico (12).
Each fin develops an independent blastema through the condensation, and differentiation into osteoblasts, of undifferentiated mesenchyme in the medial part of the fin.
The most unusual-looking ones are ATLANTES, male figures supporting columns, and BLASTEMA, a mass of embryonic cells ["Some More Quality 8-Squares," Richard Sabey, WW, Aug 1995].
The cellular phase begins a few days later, as the hematoma begins to organize with a noticeable proliferation of undifferentiated spindle-cell blastema cells.
The clump of immature cells, known as a blastema, then regrows the missing part, perhaps by tapping into the em-bryogenesis programme that first formed the animal.