Definitions

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  • noun Any of the long, fine threads that make up a neurofibril.

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  • noun anatomy A neurofibril

Etymologies

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neuro- +‎ filament

Examples

  • In vitro, it increased expression of H-neurofilament, a marker of neuronal differentiation.

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  • Consistent with this, an inverse correlation between CD99 expression and H-neurofilament expression, neural differentiation, and oncogenic transformation was observed in patient-derived EWS cells.

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  • Consistent with this, an inverse correlation between CD99 expression and H-neurofilament expression, neural differentiation, and oncogenic transformation was observed in patient-derived EWS cells.

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  • In vitro, it increased expression of H-neurofilament, a marker of neuronal differentiation.

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  • In vitro, it increased expression of H-neurofilament, a marker of neuronal differentiation.

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  • In vitro, it increased expression of H-neurofilament, a marker of neuronal differentiation.

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  • ASD, and tried to tie Colin's neurofilament test results to that opinion, but those results were performed by an unreliable laboratory.

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  • Furthermore, Dr. Kinsbourne did not suggest that neurofilament testing would be helpful or useful in detecting neuroinflammation.

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  • Consistent with this, an inverse correlation between CD99 expression and H-neurofilament expression, neural differentiation, and oncogenic transformation was observed in patient-derived EWS cells.

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  • Consistent with this, an inverse correlation between CD99 expression and H-neurofilament expression, neural differentiation, and oncogenic transformation was observed in patient-derived EWS cells.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

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