Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to cytoplasm.
- adj. cytology Of or pertaining to cytoplasm.
- adj. of or relating to cytoplasm
- From cytoplasm. (Wiktionary)
“T-cell mitogens cause early changes in cytoplasmic free Ca2+ and membrane potential in lymphocytes," Nature 295, 68 – 71 (1982).”
“But a new procedure called cytoplasmic transfer may soon help women whose eggs are, according to a microscopic examination, chromosomally or structurally fragile and therefore may fail to implant or grow.”
“FIRFER: That option was with Dr. Michael Fikah a fertility expert who was willing to try an experimental treatment called cytoplasmic transfer using Sharon's own eggs.”
“FIRFER: That option was with Dr. Michael Fakih, a fertility expert who was willing to try an experimental treatment called cytoplasmic transfer, using Sharon's own eggs.”
“COHEN: Well, Paula, about 30 children were conceived using this controversial procedure called cytoplasmic transfer.”
“Scientists at King's College London, and the University of Newcastle will inject human DNA into empty eggs from cows to create embryos known as cytoplasmic hybrids, which are 99.9 per cent human in genetic terms.”
“All cells extend themselves to (and include) an enclosing boundary that consists of a lipid-protein molecular membrane known as the cytoplasmic membrane, which structurally separates the interior of the cell from the external environment while allowing certain exchanges of energy and matter.”
“In many cancers, p53 is rendered inactive by a process called cytoplasmic sequestration.”
“The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) gave the go-ahead to controversial plans to create "cytoplasmic" embryos, which merge a tiny bit of human DNA with eggs from animals such as cattle or rabbits.”
“The myelin sheaths from the QKI-6 and QKI-7 transduced co-cultures were significantly thicker, but occasional aberrations such as cytoplasmic inclusions were observed.”
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