Neoplastic Stem Cells
"Neoplastic Stem Cells" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Colony-forming cells which give rise to NEOPLASMS. They have properties similar to normal stem cells, i.e., high proliferative and self-renewal capacities.
|Neoplastic Stem Cells
- Neoplastic Stem Cells
- Cell, Neoplastic Stem
- Cells, Neoplastic Stem
- Neoplastic Stem Cell
- Stem Cell, Neoplastic
- Tumor Stem Cells
- Cell, Tumor Stem
- Cells, Tumor Stem
- Stem Cell, Tumor
- Stem Cells, Tumor
- Tumor Stem Cell
- Stem Cells, Neoplastic
- Colony-Forming Units, Neoplastic
- Colony Forming Units, Neoplastic
- Colony-Forming Unit, Neoplastic
- Neoplastic Colony-Forming Unit
- Unit, Neoplastic Colony-Forming
- Units, Neoplastic Colony-Forming
- Neoplastic Colony-Forming Units
- Neoplastic Colony Forming Units
Cancer Stem Cells
- Cancer Stem Cells
- Cancer Stem Cell
- Cell, Cancer Stem
- Cells, Cancer Stem
- Stem Cell, Cancer
- Stem Cells, Cancer
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