Definitions

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  • adj. Composed of, or resembling muscle

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Composed of, or resembling, muscular fiber.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Resembling muscle.
  • n. Same as myonema.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adj. resembling muscle

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Examples

  • But I can see that a little hypocrisy gets me a lot further than myoid method of saying exactly what I think (even though no one ever asks my opinion or cares one way or another).

    The Diary Of A Young Girl

  • Collectively, these results identify Csf1 as an extrinsic stimulator of SSC self-renewal and implicate Leydig and myoid cells as contributors of the testicular stem cell niche.

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  • In vivo, expression of Csf1 in both pre-pubertal and adult testes was localized to clusters of Leydig cells and select peritubular myoid cells in the interstitial space between seminiferous tubules.

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  • The first group of mice was normal, but the second group of mice was missing a gene from the peritubular myoid cells in the testis.

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  • M.re information: M.chelle Welsh, Philippa T.K. Saunders, Nina Atanassova, Richard M. Sharpe, and Lee B. Smith Androgen action via testicular peritubular myoid cells is essential for male fertility.

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  • Citation: M.chelle Welsh, Philippa T.K. Saunders, Nina Atanassova, Richard M. Sharpe, Lee B. Smith, 'Androgen action via testicular peritubular myoid cells is essential for male fertility', The FASEB.Journal, 2009, doi:

    Scientific Blogging

  • The first group of mice was normal, but the second was missing a gene from the peritubular myoid cells in the testis.

    Scientific Blogging

  • Details: M.chelle Welsh, Philippa T.K. Saunders, Nina Atanassova, Richard M. Sharpe, and Lee B. Smith Androgen action via testicular peritubular myoid cells is essential for male fertility.

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