- n. Plural form of fibroblast.
“Diagnostic confirmation frequently requires the use of cultured skin fibroblasts, liver or some other tissue and a range of enzymatic, molecular flux and molecular techniques.”
“Proliferative phase 2 days - 3 weeks: The body starts building tissue with specialized collagen-forming cells called fibroblasts.”
“The latest experiment was done on a type of skin tissue known as fibroblasts, taken from mice.”
“Connective tissue cells called fibroblasts provided a crucial third ingredient.”
“GICD director Deepak Srivastava, MD, directly reprogrammed structural cells called fibroblasts in the heart to become beating heart cells called cardiomyocytes.”
“Stem cells made from skin cells called fibroblasts taken from the tip of a mouse's tail aren't very good at becoming blood cells, for instance, says George Daley, a stem cell biologist at Children's Hospital”
“Technically, these cells are only called fibroblasts while the tissue is developing.”
“These supporting cells are called fibroblasts, and they produce the stroma (connective tissue) that surrounds tumour cells.”
“These supporting cells are called fibroblasts, and they produce the stroma (connective tissue) that surrounds tumor cells.”
“The liver cells were strategically interspersed with other cells called fibroblasts that support the growth of liver tissue.”
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