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  • noun Plural form of neurosphere.

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  • When Eberhart treated the neurospheres with a drug called GSI-18, which blocks the Notch pathway, the spheres were reduced by 70 percent or more.

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  • Brokhman I, Ziegler L, Almog M, Korngreen A, et al. (2008) PA6-induced human embryonic stem cell-derived neurospheres: a new source of human peripheral sensory neurons and neural crest cells.

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  • Tixier E, Coulet F, Roussel S, Petit E, et al. (2007) Crosstalk between HIF-1 and ROCK pathways in neuronal differentiation of mesenchymal stem cells, neurospheres and in PC12 neurite outgrowth.

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  • Unlike most cells that will clump together in a culture dish, neurospheres -- more organized groups of neural cells? can only form from stem cells.

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  • In a second set of experiments, Eberhart collected the neurospheres that remained after treatment with the Notch-blocking drug and injected them into the brains of mice.

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  • Eberhart based his conclusion on experiments in which he coaxed a glioblastoma cell line to form embryolike balls called neurospheres.

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  • In a second set of experiments, Eberhart collected the neurospheres that remained after treatment with the Notch-blocking drug and injected them into the brains of mice.

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  • Unlike most cells that will clump together in a culture dish, neurospheres - more organized groups of neural cells - can only form from stem cells.

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  • When Eberhart treated the neurospheres with a drug called GSI-18, which blocks the Notch pathway, the spheres were reduced by 70 percent or more.

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  • Eberhart based his conclusion on experiments in which he coaxed a glioblastoma cell line to form embryolike balls called neurospheres.

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