Translation for 'cancerous cell' from English to Russian
NOUN   a cancerous cell | cancerous cells
раковая клетка {ж}
cancerous cell
Partial Matches
клетка {ж}
биология {ж} клетки
cell biology
клеточная биология {ж}
cell biology
раковая клетка {ж}
cancer cell
деление {с} клетки
cell division
серповидная клетка {ж}
sickle cell
стволовая клетка {ж}
stem cell
ячейка {ж} Вигнера-Зейтца
Wigner-Seitz cell
эритроцит {м}
red blood cell <RBC>
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Usage Examples English
  • The level of survivin correlates to how resistance to chemotherapy a cancerous cell is and how likely that cell is to replicate again.
  • Tests which uncover minimal residual disease (one cancerous cell in a population of one million normal cells) are helpful for directing treatment and preventing relapse.
  • Breast cancer tissues exhibit significantly downregulated expression of TCF21 mRNA and TCF21 mRNA overexpression has been found to inhibit cancerous cell proliferation.
  • Mie theory has been used to determine whether scattered light from tissue corresponds to healthy or cancerous cell nuclei using angle-resolved low-coherence interferometry.
  • It has been said that the cover features a collage of two medical photographs superimposed. One photo is an open throat, probably diseased, while the other is a cancerous cell, taken with microscope.

  • Pretargeted immunotherapy uses streptavidin conjugated to a monoclonal antibody against cancer cell-specific antigens followed by an injection of radiolabelled biotin to deliver the radiation only to the cancerous cell.
  • ER stress increases cIAP1 expression in cancer cells through the UPR pathway, that is why, the induction of cIAP1 is suggested to be important for cancerous cell survival under stress conditions.
  • This helps explain the cancerous cell's radical behavior and uncontrollable proliferation caused by the imbalance of enzyme and substrate concentrations, therefore leading to the inability to turn off the LPA cascade signalling effectively.
  • Moreover, it has been shown that Pyr1 is toxic for cancerous cell lines, even the ones that are resistant to conventional microtubule targeting agents.
  • The process of tumorigenesis that transforms a normal cell to a cancerous cell involve a series of complex genetic and epigenetic changes.

  • Digoxin inhibits the proliferation of many cancerous cell lines "in vitro", but its relevance to cancer "in vivo" remains unclear.
  • An increased concentration of substrates in cancerous cells infers a likely survival benefit to the cell, and activation of many of these substrates requires CK2.
  • Cancerous cells gain the ability to migrate towards other parts of the body and to invade other tissues through what is called epithelial-mesenchymal transition.
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