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Poorly differentiated

poorly differentiated lymphocytic lymphoma

(Science: tumour) A b-cell lymphoma with nodular or diffuse lymph node or bone marrow involvement by large lymphoid cells.

Synonym: follicular predominantly small cleaved cell lymphoma, nodular histiocytic lymphoma.


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Human aging

... in stem cells; that is one reson why many cancers originate from poorly differentiated cells (= close to their stem cell stage). Whether stem cells gain mutations ...

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... following statements could be made about cancer cells. 1. They are well differentiated. 2. They are poorly differentiated. 3. They highly resemble the cells from which they originate. 4. Cells ...

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... with normal tissues. miRNA expression profiles were used to classify poorly differentiated tumors successfully; whereas messenger RNA profiles were highly inaccurate when ...

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