Medical Definition of Nonreciprocal contact inhibition

1. Collision behaviour between different cell types in which one cell shows contact inhibition of locomotion and the other does not. An example is the interaction between sarcoma cells and fibroblasts (the former not being inhibited). This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nonreciprocal Contact Inhibition

nonreceipts
nonrecent
nonrecently
nonreceptive
nonreceptivity
nonreceptor
nonreceptor protein tyrosine kinase
nonrecessed
nonrecession
nonrecessionary
nonrecidivist
nonrecidivists
nonrecipient
nonrecipients
nonreciprocal
nonreciprocal contact inhibition (current term)
nonreciprocally
nonreciprocating
nonreciprocity
nonrecirculating
nonrecognition
nonrecognitions
nonrecognizable
nonrecoil
nonrecombinant
nonrecombinants
nonrecombining
nonreconfigurable
nonreconstituted
nonreconstructed

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