Example sentences for: differentiates

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  • The karyotypes of humans and the African and Asian great apes are remarkably well conserved, with relatively few large-scale chromosomal changes among these species despite the considerable phenotypic and biological differences between hominoids [ 1 2 3 ] . This conservation is particularly relevant in comparisons between the human ( Homo sapiens ; HSA) and common chimpanzee ( Pan troglodytes ; PTR) genomes, for in order to completely ascertain the evolution of our own lineage it is necessary to understand what differentiates us at the genomic level from our closest relatives.

  • As TM development proceeds the cellular mass differentiates, organizes and develops channels to produce the mature meshwork.

  • Although the majority of the cell population differentiates when bt 2 cAMP is added to these cultures, the elongated cells persisted even after several days of bt 2 cAMP treatment (Fig.

  • This cell line spontaneously differentiates in culture and expresses biochemical and morphological characteristics of well-differentiated small intestine-like enterocytes [ 17 23 ] . We have previously shown that Caco-2 cells possess a classical nuclear vitamin D receptor [ 18 ] that directly mediates vitamin D-dependent gene expression [ 22 ] , and exhibits a high degree of specificity for various vitamin D metabolites and analogs [ 20 21 ] . Most importantly, in response to short-term (<24 h) 1,25-dihydroxyvitamin D treatment, Caco-2 cells increase transepithelial calcium transport [ 17 ] and calbindin D 9K expression [ 19 ] , a cytosolic calcium binding protein.

  • The extent to which epithelial cells are stimulated to differentiate by mesenchymal cells is dependent on the extent to which the particular tissue differentiates during the critical period of development [ 9].

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