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something derived from another

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Mark Tuszynski's lab, with colleagues in Germany and Singapore, monitored neurite outgrowth from NPCs and NSCs growing on a myelin substrate in Petri dishes.
Neurite outgrowth and expression of progenitor and differentiation markers were analysed using the semiautomated software MetaMorph (Molecular Devices, USA).
Among them, miR-29a as a newfound regulatory factor is confirmed to target PTEN on promoting neurite outgrowth. PTEN which is a target of miR-29 family is closely combined with neurite outgrowth [11-13].
(11) Procedurally, the petitioners will likely challenge whether the final rule is a logical outgrowth of the proposed rule.
Direct outgrowth method: The hairs were placed in coated culture plate (NUNC).
Their camp, Circle M Day Camp, was the outgrowth of a deep commitment to the idea that a good camp is an intentional community and can be a planned environment in which children have the opportunity to grow individually and experience the power of positive interaction with others.
The day of the individual, inventor is passing; we are rapidly approaching or have arrived at the point where basic technical advances come as an outgrowth of painstaking analytical and experimental work, largely in laboratories."
Although the detailed mechanism of STS action as a neurogenic morphogen remains unclear, it seems that it is associated with the inhibition of some protein kinases which may contribute to neurite outgrowth [7].
As a direct outgrowth of the convening, the sponsoring organizations have already established working groups to study and implement a range of initiatives designed to provide more effective, client-centered representation throughout the criminal defense community.
RESULTS: The addition of low concentrations of As ([less than or equal to] 5 [micro]M) during differentiation caused an inhibitory effect on the neurite outgrowth in N2a cells in the absence of cell death.
The Spot Connect i s essentially an outgrowth of the Spot tech we saw earlier this year, paired with the D e l o r m e ' s P N - 6 0 w personal GPS device.
Also, the Center for Digital Government, a division of e.Republic, has launched the Digital States Performance Institute (DSPI), an outgrowth of its Digital States Survey which ranks the 50 states in their use of information technology to deliver government services.
The campaign was designed to inform employees that the bank's new brand was a direct outgrowth of who the bank was, the values that employees exemplified and was rooted in the work that employees performed daily.
Prosecutors also allege that they falsified IRS documents when they did not indicate that Care International was an outgrowth and successor of another organization, Al-Kifah Refugee Center, which has been tied to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.
"Our approach to environmental sustainability is an outgrowth of our determination to build the best building for our employees, our neighborhood and our city.