Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to or of the nature of a neoplasm; newly formed.
- Relating to or consisting in neoplasty.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. (Physiol. & Med.) Of or pertaining to neoplasty, or neoplasia.
- adj. of or related to or having the properties of a neoplasm
“neoplastic' phenotypes, but the autonomous effect of these mutations on cell cycle control has not been examined.”
“We offer a wide range of consultation services for outside cases including brain biopsies (both tumors and non-neoplastic diseases), muscle biopsies and autopsy brain and spinal cord examination.”
“And Ilya Bolotowsky's neoplastic, three-sided, painted wood sculpture "Trylon" 1977 is a masterly exploration of primaries, opacity and transparency.”
“In fact, we are all taught to consider not only a wide array of specific diagnoses, but a wide array of categories of illness, represented by the mnemonic "VINNDICATE": vascular, infectious, neoplastic (cancer), neurological, drug-related, etc.”
“He proposed, Early in the neoplastic process one colonic cell appears to outgrow its companions to form a small, benign neoplasm.”
““This work is one of the first comparative studies in the chemotherapy of malignant neoplastic disease,” Frei noted.”
“By their very design, the cells are neoplastic (i.e. abnormal).”
“Natural cytotoxicity, assumed to be an important defense mechanism in viral, neoplastic, and parasitic diseases, was also reduced.”
“If you want a bit of knowledge specific to your life, modern anti-neoplastic agents can be extremely difficult to synthesize.”
“Cremonezzi et al describe melamine as a "tumorigenic agent" (2) that induced "pre-neoplastic (pre-cancerous) urothelial proliferation" (2) Cats fed 2000 ppm melamine and cyanuric acid developed lethal kidney failure in just 2 days (3), so perhaps humans fed 2 parts per million melamine and cyanuric acid will developed lethal kidney failure in 2000 days or about six years.”
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