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1) , RANKL expression was measured in cancer cell lines (BICR3, BICR56) by immunohistoc
2) entified in two canine malignant melanoma cell lines (CML1 and CML6M) using cell sur
3) ctric characteristics of two osteosarcoma cell lines (MG-63 and SAOS-2) and an immun
4) y as a cytotoxic agents against two tumor cell lines HCT116 (colon adenocarcinoma ce
5) not completely identical) between the EAC cell lines and their original tumors provi
6) Here, we review the history of the EAC cell lines and their utility in translatio
7) relatively small set of established tumor cell lines because appropriate animal mode
8) expression of ALDH was identified in both cell lines by flow cytometry.
9) IHOK(S) and IHOK(P), the two IHOK cell lines derived from the same source, s
10) Human and feline OSCC cell lines expressed COX-1 and COX-2 and t
11) The CD34(-) population of cells in both cell lines expressed stem cell genes, such
12) were evaluated against ten canine cancer cell lines for antiproliferative effect.
13) the generation of six canine osteosarcoma cell lines from osteosarcoma-bearing dogs
14) iour differs between primary osteosarcoma cell lines generated from patients with no
15) a collaborative effort all available EAC cell lines have been verified resulting in
16) Human esophageal adenocarcinoma (EAC) cell lines have made a substantial contrib
17) usion were investigated, using transgenic cell lines in which a hypoxia-responsive e
18) could be expected that the value of these cell lines increases as unlimited source o
19) ivity against two types of cultured tumor cell lines of HCT116 and MCF7.
20) growth of multiple Chinese Hamster Ovary cell lines or the product quality of multi
21) are human and canine melanoma tumours and cell lines regarding MAPK and PI3K/AKT sig
22) The ready availability of these cell lines to investigators worldwide have
23) Two IHOK and several OSCC cell lines were used.
24) rthenogenetic (PG) embryos and PG-derived cell lines would allow gaining insight int
25) , and survival in two human neuroblastoma cell lines.
26) p-regulated in both HT29/DOX and LOVO/DOX cell lines.
27) are partially or entirely based on these cell lines.
28) of TICs in two canine malignant melanoma cell lines.
29) enhances Pa-PDT effects in IHOK and OSCC cell lines.
30) proportional to RUNX3 expression in OSCC cell lines.
31) g phenomena of persistence and programmed cell death (PCD) in bacteria.
32) The bystander component of tumor cell death after radiotherapy measured in
33) BP-induced activation of ERK and JNK, the cell death and caspase-3 activity, which s
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(1)30 lines (19)5 tumour (37)3 migration (55)2 lymphoma,
(2)16 death (20)4 (RBC) (38)3 response (56)2 matrices
(3)15 proliferation (21)4 growth (39)3 scaffolds (57)2 numbers
(4)15 viability (22)4 markers (40)3 source (58)2 of
(5)13 lymphoma (23)4 nuclear (41)3 tumors (59)2 printing
(6)12 and (24)4 phenotype (42)3 type (60)2 responses
(7)9 carcinoma (25)4 populations (43)3 viability, (61)2 seeding
(8)9 culture (26)4 therapies (44)2 activation (62)2 survival
(9)9 sheets (27)3 adhesion, (45)2 aggregation (63)2 system
(10)9 transplantation (28)3 division (46)2 attachment (64)2 that
(11)9 types (29)3 energy (47)2 biology (65)2 therapy,
(12)8 adhesion (30)3 expansion (48)2 coating, (66)2 to
(13)8 cycle (31)3 growth, (49)2 death, (67)2 transplantation,
(14)8 therapy (32)3 immunity (50)2 density (68)2 tumours
(15)7 differentiation (33)3 infiltration (51)2 factors (69)2 types,
(16)7 proliferation, (34)3 line, (52)2 genes (70)2 volume
(17)6 surface (35)3 lines, (53)2 interactions (71)2 wall
(18)5 line (36)3 lung (54)2 invasion (72)2 was

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--- WordNet output for cell --- =>密室, 細胞, 電池, 独房・細胞, 監房, 組織, 独房 Overview of noun cell The noun cell has 7 senses (first 3 from tagged texts) 1. (71) cell -- (any small compartment; "the cells of a honeycomb") 2. (44) cell -- ((biology) the basic structural and functional unit of all organisms; they may exist as independent units of life (as in monads) or may form colonies or tissues as in higher plants and animals) 3. (1) cell, electric cell -- (a device that delivers an electric current as the result of a chemical reaction) 4. cell, cadre -- (a small unit serving as part of or as the nucleus of a larger political movement) 5. cellular telephone, cellular phone, cellphone, cell, mobile phone -- (a hand-held mobile radiotelephone for use in an area divided into small sections, each with its own short-range transmitter/receiver) 6. cell, cubicle -- (small room in which a monk or nun lives) 7. cell, jail cell, prison cell -- (a room where a prisoner is kept) --- WordNet end ---