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Epithelial

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adjective

Of, pertaining to, characteristic of, relating to, epithelium


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Word origin: from epithelium: Greek epi (on, atop) + Greek thele (nipple)

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neural crest development

Is this a true statement concerning neural crest development? : 1. All neural crest cells go through the epithelial mesenchymal transition before they start to migrate

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... T-cells (Thymus Involution np). As expected, studies have shown different expression patterns of the glycoprotein MHVR (MHV receptor) on thymus epithelial cells that are not present on T-lymphocytes (Thymus-Involution). Cytokine modulation that affect other systems such as the hematopoietic ...

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Has anyone seen this before?

... had a nucleus that was TWO nuclei - two separate stained chambers, one about 2/3 normal nucleus size, the other about 1/3. It was a surface epithelial cell, which are not supposed to divide, and this didn't look like a mitotic pair anyway. It looked like a nuclear deformity, but it wasn't ...

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Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:15 pm
 
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Topic: Has anyone seen this before?
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Re: Re:

... dividing cells they are harmful to all the rapidly dividing cells in a human body, not only cancer cells. These include especially blood cells and epithelial cells, which both divide constantly and are therefore affected by irradiation and chemotherapy. Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy often ...

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Tue Feb 05, 2013 10:10 pm
 
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... dividing cells they are harmful to all the rapidly dividing cells in a human body, not only cancer cells. These include especially blood cells and epithelial cells, which both divide constantly and are therefore affected by irradiation and chemotherapy. Cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy often ...

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