Additionally, one-fifth to two-thirds of patients with tumours composed primarily of embryonal
carcinoma have metastases at presentation, highlighting importance of ruling out this possibility.
rhabdomyosarcoma in a child: A case report with immunohistochemical analysis.
rhabdomyosarcoma is the most common histologic variant (3).
Detection of chicken anemia virus DNA in embryonal
tissues and eggshell membranes.
Schmidt concluded, "We are going to compare the embryonal
development of the claw frogs with those of other amphibians.
In fact, the authors reported detectable levels of HCG in the blood and urine of patients with cancers of the breast, bladder, gastrointestinal tract, lung, and skin (melanoma) as well as in embryonal
Expression of the embryonal
neural cell adhesion molecule N-CAM in lung carcinoma: diagnostic usefulness of monoclonal antibody 735 for the distinction between small cell lung cancer and non-small cell lung cancer.
Ion channel expression in BLC 6-derived neurons followed a similar temporal pattern as found in certain embryonal
In our group we study human embryonal
carcinoma, and have begun to derive human induced pluripotent stem cells," said Martin Pera, Professor and Founding Director, The Eli and Edythe Broad Center for Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at USC.
Her cancer is called undifferentiated hepatic embryonal
sarcoma, a difficult-to-treat liver cancer that is complicated in Ashley's case by the fact that the tumor has impinged upon the blood vessels supplying her liver.
Mitotically inactivated fibroblasts have been utilized for supporting growth of HeLa cells, mouse embryonal
carcinoma cells and ESCs (Puck and Marcus, 1955), which secrete critical factors for cell maintenance (Ying et al.
More than two decades ago, it was discovered that when treated with RA, the human embryonal
carcinoma cell line NT2 differentiates irreversibly into several morphologically and phenotypically distinct cell types, which include terminally differentiated postmitotic CNS neurons [45-46].