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- adj. Situated or occurring within a cell: subcellular organelles.
- adj. Smaller in size than ordinary cells: subcellular organisms.
- adj. Below the cellular level: subcellular research.
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- adj. Smaller than a normal cell
- adj. Relating to objects or processes that involve parts of a cell
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The finding that the transmitter was stored in subcellular particles (with his late colleague N-Å.
The fourth locale, Massachusetts, permitted a medical monitoring claim to move forward, but only because the tobacco plaintiffs in that lawsuit presented expert evidence regarding "subcellular" or other physiological changes.
A11029, Molecular Probes) for one hour to label the subcellular markers.
These cells would not necessarily be homogeneous, but represent differing combinations of the various subcellular components.
The basic model under consideration is a collection of closely related cells sharing subcellular components.
The similarity of their cells and subcellular structures is one of the main things that tells us they came from the same stock.
That vehicle (often a subcellular structure called a plasmid) is then inserted into a different cell, which activates the gene, leading to the production of a scientifically or commercially useful protein.
Kirk felt the crawl of subcellular bits creeping across his skin, penetrating and migrating into his chest and abdomen.
Scientists have discovered that cells use a very simple phase transition — similar to water vapor condensing into dew — to assemble and localize subcellular structures that are involved in formation of the embryo.
Working with the worm C. elegans, the scientists found that subcellular structures called P granules, which are thought to specify the “germ cells” that ultimately give rise to sperm or eggs, are liquid droplets that transition between a dissolved or condensed state.