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  • undergo
  • All these applications would benefit from a reliable bioreactor-based methodology to consistently generate homogenous PSC-derived embryoid bodies (EBs) at a large scale, which can further undergo cardiomyogenic differentiation. (springer.com)
  • model
  • Here we attempt to create such a model by using embryoid bodies (EBs) and a biomimetic platform composed of a bilayer of fibronectin and gelatin on top of low-melting agarose. (biomedcentral.com)
  • study
  • Recently the sociological study of the body (see also SOCIOLOGY OF THE BODY ) has become a more central point of focus in the discipline, as seen from the attention given to the work of FOUCAULT or ELIAS on historical changes in the regulation of the body, and the study of the body as a medium of communication (see also BODY LANGUAGE ) through gestures, posture, cosmetics and clothing. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • factors
  • However, previous studies of hydrodynamic cultures have been limited in their ability to distinguish confounding factors that may affect differentiation, including modulation of embryoid body size in response to changes in the hydrodynamic environment. (gladstone.org)
  • exist
  • Finally (whatever plausibility may exist for modern conceptions of a DECENTRED SELF ), as the physical site of the 'person', the boundaries and continuity of the individual body are significant in any identification, identity and continuities of the social SELF , although far from being their only basis. (thefreedictionary.com)