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The Human Teratomas

Experimental and Clinical Biology (Contemporary Biomedicine)

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Published by Humana Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Molecular biology,
  • Pathology,
  • Oncology,
  • Human Genetics,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Pathology,
  • Teratoma

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsIvan Damjanov (Editor), Barbara B. Knowles (Editor), Davor Solter (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages374
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8253484M
    ISBN 100896030407
    ISBN 109780896030404

    Davor Solter is the author of Teratomas and Differentiation ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ) and The Human Teratomas ( avg rati 3/5(2).   The distinction between teratomas and teratocarcinomas is crucial, especially for the future usage of ES cells in human medicine. Using xenografting as an essential preclinical safety control, one Cited by:

    BOOK TOOLS. Save to My Profile; Recommend to Your Librarian; BOOK MENU.   Rosai and Ackerman's surgical pathology review 2 editions - first published in The Human teratomas 2 editions - first published in Color atlas of histopathology 2 editions - first published in Pathology 2 editions - first published in Written works: High-Yield Pathology, Review of Pathology, Pathology for the Health Professions.

    Teratomas derived from germ cells occur in the testicle in men and ovaries in women. Teratomas derived from embryonic cells usually occur on the subject's midline: in the brain, elsewhere in the skull, in the nose, in the tongue, under the tongue, and in the neck (cervical teratoma), mediastinum, retroperitoneum, Complications: Ovarian torsion, testicular . Some larger teratomas resemble a human fetus. The presence of the capsule increases the possibility that they are benign. The most common types are usually malignant. A mature teratoma is benign most of the time and commonly occurs in women. An immature teratoma is commonly diagnosed to be malignant and typically arises in men.


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The Human Teratomas: Experimental And Clinical Biology (Contemporary Biomedicine): Medicine & Health Science Books @ Skip to Cited by: Genetic Evidence in Favor of a Postmeiotic (Parthenogenic) Origin of Dermoid Cysts.- Teratomas of Testis.- The Application of Genetic Techniques to Germ Cell Tumors of the Testis.- Germ Cell Tumors of the Pineal Gland (and Its Environs).- Teratomas of the Mediastinum.- The Origin of Teratomas of the Pineal Gland, Mediastinum, Price: $ The Human Teratomas Experimental and Clinical Biology.

Editors: DAMJANOV, IVAN, Knowles, Barbara B., Solter, Davor (Eds.) Free Preview. The Human Teratomas Experimental and Clinical Biology. Editors (view affiliations) Ivan Damjanov; Biological Markers of Human Teratomas and Related Germ Cell Tumors.

Eadie Heyderman. Pages Endocrine Aspects of Germ Cell Tumors. About this book. The Human Teratomas by Ivan Damjanov,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Human teratocarcinoma has long held a fascination to the pathologist be- cause of the diversity of the seemingly benign differentiated tissues asso- ciated with the tumor.

An understanding of this diversity came with the demonstration of the pluripotent nature of the embryonal carcinoma cell, the stem cell of the tumor, in experimental animals. Single cell clones of murine embryonal. The Human Teratomas: Experimental And Clinical Biology (Contemporary Biomedicine)From Brand: Humana Press Actually, book is truly a home window to the globe.

Also many people could not such as reviewing books; guides will always offer the specific information about truth, fiction, experience, journey, politic, faith, and also a lot more. The Human Embryonic Stem Cell Debate is the definitive work on a timely and politically charged issue.

The book presents a myriad of views and brings a subtlety and even-handedness to the scientific, religious, and social issues involved that is sorely needed/5(6). The recognition of teratomas stretches in time from fragmentary descriptions in ancient times to increasingly frequent gross anatomical observations in the 17th, 18th, and 19th by: Sorry, our data provider has not provided any external links therefore we are unable to provide a link to the full : CL Berry.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 1 online resource ( pages) Contents: 1 History of Teratomas --Early Morphologic and Clinical Studies of Ovarian Teratomas --Theories of the Origin of Teratomas --Early Morphologic and Clinical Studies of Testicular Teratomas --Extragonadal Teratomas --Teratomas.

References.- 14 Human-Mouse Teratocarcinoma Hybrids: A Tool for Analysis of Gene Activity in Early Human Development.- Production of Microcell and Conventional Hybrids.- Induction of Differentiation in Human-Mouse Teratocarcinoma Hybrids   This is a PDF-only article.

The first page of the PDF of this article appears : CL Berry. Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page.

Links to PubMed are also available for Selected by: 1. Ivan Damjanov has 42 books on Goodreads with ratings. Ivan Damjanov’s most popular book is Textbook of Pathology. The Human Teratomas: Experimental and Clinical Biology by.

Ivan Damjanov (Editor), Davor Solter (Editor), Barbara B. Knowles (Editor). Clinical implications of teratomas. The same pluripotent characteristic that makes hPSCs a powerful tool in the future of medicine also creates major clinical hurdles, highlighting the fine line that both separates and connects pluripotency and tumorigenicity.

hESCs and human embryonal carcinoma cells (hECs) are two pluripotent cell types that share many characteristics. Teratoma biology. Teratomas are benign tumors characterized by their rapid growth in vivo and their haphazard mixture of tissues, and thus often have semi-semblances of organs, teeth, hair, muscle, cartilage, and even bone.

In fact, it is rare that a teratoma does not contain remnants of all three germ by: Teratomas in the study of embryonic development: We have examined teratomas derived from mouse, non-human primate, and human embryonic stem cells and have observed similarities and differences in quantities of tissue types derived from the three germ layers that in all likelihood have developmental implications across by: The Spread of Tumours in the Human Body Issue 2 of Monographs of the Baker Institute of Medical Research, Baker Institute of Medical Research Issue 2 of Monographs, Baker Medical Research Institute Issue 2 of Monographs, Prahran Baker Medical Research Institute (Australia) Author: Rupert Allan Willis: Publisher: J.

& A. Churchill,   Ovarian teratomas are the result of cells that should become our eggs going awry, as if attempting a run at becoming a baby without first waiting to be : Aarathi Prasad.

Teratomas are usually harvested weeks after the injection of hESCs and are histologically composed of tissues derived from all three germ layers. The histology of teratomas is remarkable; the teratoma tissues often have the microscopic features of equivalent adult human somatic tissues, or fetal.

Previous chapter in book Next chapter in bookCited by: 1.Teratomas are embryonal tumors that normally arise from germ cells and are typically benign.

They are defined as being composed either of tissues that are foreign to the area in which they form, or of tissues that derive from all three of the germ layers. Malignant teratomas are known as teratocarcinomas.In the case of teratomas, however, the cells can be of virtually and kind found throughout the human body, these cells will then replicate as if they were legitimately creating that kind of entity.